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Writing Recharge With Polly Campbell

June 11 @ 12:00 pm 1:00 pm PDT

(Author of You, Recharged) Polly Campbell will help writers learn how to keep writing even in the midst of life’s setbacks.

Presented in partnership with the San Francisco Writers Conference this event will take place via Zoom.

Friday, June 11, 2021 – 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Please register via Eventbrite and the Zoom credentials will be sent to you a few days before the class starts.

What happens when we get stuck? When we have no original ideas and everything we write –if we are writing at all—is awful and boring? How do we keep going during those long days when family issues, financial stresses, fatigue, and career concerns, and other tough distractions peck away at our focus and time? You change your focus—process over outcome– adapt a growth mindset, and seek out the small wins. Polly Campbell, author of You Recharged will explain these and other practical and science-based strategies that can help writers keep writing, no matter the ups and downs we face in life.

Polly Campbell, is the author of You, Recharged: How to Beat Fatigue (Mostly), Amp Up Your Energy (Usually), and Enjoy Life Again (Always) and other books. She is also the host of the podcast Polly Campbell, Simply Said: How to Live Well, Do Good, Be Happy. She is a blogger with Psychology Today and her articles appear regularly in print and online publications.

You, Recharged is available locally at Alexander Book Company.

Questions? Contact Taryn Edwards, tedwards@milibrary.org.

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You, Recharged

How to Beat Fatigue (Mostly), Amp Up Your Energy (Usually), and Enjoy Life Again (Always)

Small Steps, Big Energy. Self-help books for women often encourage you to throw out the life you’re living and create a fresh start. You, Recharged isn’t about that. You don’t have to quit your mundane job, cut out cocktails, or sign off of social media to recharge. Instead, Polly Campbell’s inspirational book is about adding things in―good habits, practices, fun, people, activities, self-care strategies―that ignite your essential energy, the sustainable source that fires you up from within and keeps you going during the good and bad.

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