The creative world is full of people and places encouraging you to practice self-care. But what if the self-care that the world is promoting feels a little hollow? Addie Zierman shares with us a new way at looking at self-care on the podcast today. It’s called “resourcing” - and we think you’re going to gain a lot from this concept.
Addie Zierman is the author of When We Were on Fire (named one of Publisher’s Weekly’s Best Books of 2013) and of Night Driving: A Story of Faith in the Dark. She lives in Minnesota with her husband and two sons and blogs regularly at addiezierman.com.
You can connect with Addie here:
Our inspiration for this episode comes from a post Addie wrote on her blog, “A Better Way To Think About Self-Care”.
Addie shared Jessica Abel’s Growing Gills workbook as something she used to get back on track creativity after a period of taking a step back.
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Books we talked about in this episode:
How to Be Here by Rob Bell
Liturgy of the Ordinary by Tish Harrison Warren
Here’s where you can find Ashley:
Personal blog: http://www.ashleybrookswrites.com
Business website: http://www.brookseditorial.com
Here’s where you can find Abbie: