|Waterfalls are good for mediation, right?|
I've been going to a writing group lately. It's twice a month. I'm really enjoying it. I find it quite stimulating. For the most recent group, I was in charge of coming up with the meditation that we use before our first writing prompt. I found the idea of coming up with a mediation challenging, so I Googled it, of course. Below are some interesting links on writing and meditation.
I also read an interesting and slightly scary article from GalleyCat about someone who lost 5 years of schoolwork, including their all-important thesis. Writers, back up your work! Below are two articles that list some options for online backups. Of course, you could get yourself a portable hard drive or a USB drive or CD or DVD or even floppy disk if you have a REALLY old computer. (I do, in fact, own a computer that has a floppy drive. I don't even know if it still works. I think it's been two years since I turned it on.)
After writing two little paragraphs about the link topics this week, I would feel remiss if I didn't at least mention my last link today. Make your quotes pretty! Then Pin them. Or use Tumblr. Or some other image/blogging thing that you want. Also, quotes as imagery makes them more noticeable. Am I wrong?
Thanks for stopping by!
Meditation and Writing:
Meditation and the Art of Writing - Copyblogger
Loving Kindness Meditation for Writers - Writer Unboxed
Writing as Meditation
Helping Writers De-Stress: Meditation Apps
Back Up Your Work!
Why You Should Back Up Your Writing Right Now - GalleyCat
Top 15 Free Online File Storage Sites - Social Times
Making Quotes Pretty: http://quozio.com/