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Quick Tip #76: My top tip for healthy writing
Helping plant the seeds of positive birth.
Being a writer is full of health traps - but I have a secret weapon for healthy writing.
Grow a vegie garden!
My vegie patch
Take a break every hour and indulge in these tasks - which get you moving, get you a dose of vitamin D and clear your head with some fresh air:
1) Pop out and water the garden.
2) Pick yourself some healthy snacks - cherry tomatoes are so delicious straight from the bush!
3) Plant seeds.
4) Weed, mulch and prune.
5) Pick something lovely and fresh to go in your dinner.
These tasks are not just great for your health but awesome ways to tackle writer's block!
* Live healthy by growing your own food
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This is a good tip. Moving away from the computer and going outside where you see things growing and feel the fresh air does help deal with writer's block. Doing something in the garden loosens you up after sitting at the computer.
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