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Relaxing the Writer: Guidebook to the Writer’s High by Amber Polo provides a travelogue of hints, exercises, and whimsical side trips to help the stressed writer breakthrough the physical and mental limits to creativity.

From aromatherapy to zumba, find hundreds of practical ideas and suggestions. Written with the special needs of writers in mind, anyone who spends time in a chair will discover useful tips to escape the dangers of sitting.

Suggestions range from centuries-old techniques like meditation and yoga to iPad apps. Every page inspires worried writers to explore new ideas to de-stress their lives.

Relaxing the Writer provides an appendix of resources in all media for further study.
Amber Polo has also released a 20-minute deep relaxation audio, Relaxing the Writer Relaxation, to teach a proven relaxation technique.

Relaxing the Writer is a perfect gift for your favorite writer or yourself.

Published: Amber Polo on
ISBN: 9781466145610
List price: $2.99
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