Saturday, 1 May 2021

Using Wabi-Sabi To Write and Earn Money

 Wabi-Sabi is a Japanese expression meaning to appreciate imperfections and the character that ageing can bring to something,  such as a crack in a plate, a chipped cup, or wrinkles on skin.

In Western society there is an appetite for the perfect and the eternal. Yet it is better to have an appreciation of simple things, not elaborate things.

Wabi-Sabi is the beauty of the imperfect, the impermanent, the rustic, and the melancholy. It’s a respect for what is fragile, slightly broken, past, and modest.

And you can use Wabi-Sabi in your writing too, so that you don’t have to struggle to make your writing perfect, elaborate or eternal.

Just write what you can with the talent and the knowledge that you have up until now.

You can learn as you go along, as long as you just keep writing.

And the more you write, the more you can earn. That’s the first thing I learned about being a writer and I’ve never forgotten it. 

And if you have trouble coming up with ideas of what to write about, try my Goodbye Writer’s Block to go from no-idea to idea-overload. Plus you’ll find the inspiration and motivation to write more.

It’s so easy to do, so quick to implement, and you’ll never be short of an idea again.

Use the link below to see how easy it can be.


https://ruthiswriting.com/books/WB.html



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