Part of loving your writing life is loving all the people involved in it. 

Yep, I’m talking about loving your editors, your colleagues, your readers, and yourself.
If you’re thinking, “Easy for you to say. Most of my clients are a major PITA,” or “I’m not looking for a love connection, just a pay check,” or “I can’t love myself when I’m procrastinating,” I hear you.

I don’t necessarily mean you’re always going to like everyone. But finding and connecting to our common humanity makes this work richer (and frankly, easier to deal with people when we find them most difficult).

One way to practice this is with love notes.

In this week’s podcast, I talk about a love notes exercise that I used at the last in person Freelance Writer Retreat. (In person … remember those days?)

And I walk through some variations of how to use this with your own clients.

Implementing this today will take you a few minutes, and I think they’ll love it.

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