What a writing retreat taught me about repetition

The work continues, part 1a

A week ago, I had the pleasure of attending my fourth one day Big Island Writers' Workshop moderated by Beth Bornstein Dunnington. Per usual, I had no plan to share the work I did that day. Per usual, the day taught me an important lesson.

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  • 23 October 2016
  • Author: Tracey Yokas
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And continues and continues

The work continues

Healing. Oh how I want you to be a check-list time. A one and done. But I was once again reminded that healing doesn't work that way.

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  • 4 October 2016
  • Author: Tracey Yokas
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Difficulty keeps the struggle away

A difficulty a day...

Months ago, I began to think in earnest about my notions surrounding struggle. Actually, what happened was that I asked myself why everything has to be so fucking hard. Why, with as much gratitude as I have for the changes in my life and my daughter’s life, was I finding it so hard, still, to be a wife and a mother and a friend and a writer and, well, just about everything.

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  • 27 October 2015
  • Author: Tracey Yokas
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