We've Taken Our Free Weekly Therapeutic Writing Workshop Virtual. Join US!

Covid-19 has forced changes in all of our lives, some good, some not so good.

One of those changes that has turned out better than good for Me, is taking our weekly therapeutic writing workshop virtual. I can confess, I'm a little stuck in My ways and after three years of the same routine ( which My dysfunctional brain thrives on), I was reluctant to attempt to learn the best practices for leading such a group online.

On any given Tuesday evening, when I was leading the classes in person from 6-9 p.m., it was normal to have up to 40 participants active in class. I didn't think that the atmosphere of family, love and peace that I cultivated would translate online well. I've been proven wrong.

Not only do the once in-person participants enjoy the online version almost as much as the in-person class but, many newcomers have found us and joined the group. It's been magical in many ways.

Due to us being online, I've changed the time that I lead the workshop, it now runs from 3-6 p.m. eastern every Tuesday via zoom. Join us any Tuesday by clicking HERE.

Come write, laugh and learn with us. We have a whole Writing for My Sanity Community on Facebook. Feel Free to JOIN US.

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