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In This Episode: 

We’re tackling something a bit different in this episode, and that’s how all us writers can take good care of our health. Writing is a sedentary, solitary job, and the better health, the better work we’re able to do. So today, we have a special double-guest interview, with two very dear friends of ours, Rosie Moore and Dr. Alexis Shields.

Rosie is an online fitness, nutrition and accountability coach who helps busy professionals create sustainable change in their health and wellbeing. Dr. Alexis Shields is an online functional medicine doctor who specializes in the assessment of blood work and creating customised health plans for each client, in order for them to restore and optimise their health. 

Today we’re talking how your health impacts creativity, how to counteract the sedentary nature of our work, and tactical advice for taking care of your health as a writer. 


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Episode Highlights

  • How your physical health impacts your creativity and ability to write
  • The #1 thing you can do  to manage stress (and creativity killing cortisol)
  • Tactical advice for offsetting the sedentary nature of our work
  • Why entrepreneurs and freelancers are more prone to perfectionism than most
  • How to motivate yourself without relying on willpower
  • A doctor’s tactical advice for counteracting loneliness or depression

And plenty more along the way. Get the resources mentioned in this episode below.

Resources Mentioned In This Episode


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