Writing

 

The bulk of my writing is experienced through pen and paper. I could never do my limbic brain any justice when going straight to the keyboard on a computer. Writing in a notebook is more personal, physical and direct-as in there is less of a filter. There is a lot to weed through when moving from paper to laptop, figuring out what to keep and what to discard. There are lots of letters written by my unsteady hand that I need to really squint to understand-but it’s worth it!

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