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You came. You wrote. You…stalled out.

  • There was too much going on.
  • You fell out of love with your idea and now can’t bring yourself to work on it.
  • The project is too big—it’s overwhelming.
  • You have no idea what to tackle next, or what direction to take it in.
  • The end of the semester and holiday time is way too crazy to get anything of your own done.
  • Your perfectionism and your imposter syndrome are waging a constant battle in your brain.
  • Something’s wrong…but what?
  • You just don’t want to keep slogging away alone anymore.
  • The kids keep coming home from school sick and there’s no time to write.
  • Nobody’s going to want to read my stuff, anyway.


It nibbles away at you, deeper and deeper, a toxic combo of professional pressure and personal disappointment and self doubt and feeling disconnected from yourself. A slow, costly alienation from your professional goals and your own capability.

And the longer the project languishes, the harder it is to pick back up, right?

So let’s pick it back up right now—together.

A white woman with curly brown hair in a bun and hazel eyes holds a sign in front the bottom half of her face saying "I trust you, your ideas, and your writing."

Hello, I’m your get-out-of-the-hole support team, your catalyst, your momentum generator. I come with all the tools you need to get this stalled project—and your self-confidence—purring once again: 

  • resources and expertise to help you create a practical, feasible roadmap for what’s next—one that fits your brain and life, whether you have lots of writing time or only snatched opportunities
  • fresh energy and perspective to discover what to shed and what to take forward
  • an editorial eye to unsnarl tangled ideas and sentences that might be holding you back
  • skills to tweak your body habits and workspace so they nourish, rather than drain, you
  • deep listening, honed over decades as a creative collaborator, to help you discover and draw out the beating heart of your work
  • genuine care and presence, so you’re finally doing this—and you finally feel you’re not doing it alone

Your project *can* get going again, and working on it doesn’t have to feel like a punishment or a big wet blanket of a “should.” 

I completely trust that you have interesting ideas that can be shaped into writing you’re proud of, and that you can build a writing process that enlivens you. I completely trust that you can do this.

And I’m ready for you to trust yourself, too. Sound good?

Book a free Partnership discovery call to chat about the possibility of getting your engine started so it’s up and running for the new year—a sustainable creative investment instead of a flash-in-the-pan resolution.

I can’t wait!

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