We had our second ever writers retreat on the weekend: two nights in a shared house at Boomerang Beach.
The relaxed environment and like-minded company allowed the creative energy to flow. We all felt inspired, received incidental support with our writing when we needed it, and had uninterrupted hours of writing.
That’s one of the best things about a writers retreat: it gives you physical distance from home. Many of us have busy lives with family, work and caring for others and this writers retreat took us away from those demanding environments and allowed us to free our minds. We noticed the things around us and make connections that would otherwise be missed, such as tuning forks and echidnas.
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