You don't need more time to write.
You need a sustainable writing practice.

I don't have time to write.

Have you ever uttered these six words? Thought them?

For most writers today, it's a common refrain. Between working full-time, raising families, spending time with those we love, and myriad obligations, our desire to write is often buried deep within our hearts.

But what if there was another way?

What if instead of dreaming of writing a memoir, you wrote it?

What if instead of wishing you could start a blog and find an audience for your message, you created it?

What if you applied the same professional development mindset from your career to your creativity?

What if you felt whole in all aspects of your life, including your writing?

The thing is, finding time to write is less about time and more about your relationship to writing.

Creating a sustainable writing practice isn't as simple as blocking off time in your calendar.

It's not about quitting your job to write full-time.

It's about getting to the root of how you became a writer in the first place, uncovering emotional blockages that keep you from the page, and honoring where you are right now.

You'll leave the program with a clear focus on the projects you need to work on at this stage in your life, and a custom designed, sustainable writing practice that supports your writing desires.

You'll also have the opportunity to connect with fellow writers through a private and nurturing Facebook group where you'll find additional support from Nicole and fellow classmates during the program.