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You do far more writing than I do, Valeria, but I know what you mean. There are times it feels like I just have to write, but have no idea what to write! And then there are those times when inspiration strikes and you can't get the details on the page fast enough!

#6 is my very favorite; the one that helps me be most creative. Writing is actually pretty hard for me to do, even as I do so much of it in my work.

When I came across your mention of Twyla Tharp and routines, I couldn't help but think about how I read something similar in "Uncertainty" over the weekend.

And you originally posted this over 3 years ago? O_o

That's epic, Valeria.

This is one of those posts I could dote on and on about, but #6 stands out in particular. This is something I've done from time to time, but never really thought about. I'm going to make an effort to try doing this more often. Thank you.

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