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  • Writer's pictureMeghan St. Clair


Updated: Apr 12

How long will I need to carry the weight of the world on my shoulders?

What if I don’t want my life to go back to “normal”?

How do I show love for myself, the way I do for others?

How do I prepare to move forward?

If you are like most people, the pandemic has brought more questions to mind than answers. Maybe you are feeling stuck or floundering a bit and not sure what to do about it.

I have a simple solution to help you discover the answers to your own heavy questions:


  • Write unabashedly about the things you are most afraid of.

  • Write a list of your next steps and prioritize them.

  • Write about the world we once knew and why you will never return to the past.

  • Tell yourself, through your own words, about the world you are moving into and how you will get there.

  • Mourn the loss of what was and bravely state your hopes for what could be.

  • Write about how uniquely the humans on earth, during the pandemic, will be considered.

  • Tell your future self about this time in your life and what made it unique.

  • Before the world reboots, use these last days and weeks to write yourself a love letter about the time life slowed to a turtle’s pace and you learned a new passion for the craft of sourdough bread.

  • Tell yourself what essential means.

  • Write about the loved one you lost or the one you welcomed into the world nine months after quarantine.

There can be no greater reason to write than to find yourself amongst the words. Writing is the perfect vehicle for defeating the inner critic and for figuring out what’s going on in your head and heart.

I might be biased, but writing is the way through all of life’s biggest questions.

And the truth is, the answers are waiting for your discovery.

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