Elizabeth Gilbert on Creativity

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If you’ve seen this, watch it again — especially on days when the negative-speak in your head (frequently caused when you’ve got your priorities wrong, i.e. by wearing your princess crown upside down instead of pointy bits up) gets too loud.


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About Loranne Brown

Loranne Brown, MFA: Journalist and novelist (The Handless Maiden, Doubleday Canada 1998) teaches Professional Writing at Trinity Western University, Langley, BC. Blog: https://whatisitwithwriting.wordpress.com/ Twitter: @MFAGals @LoranneBrown View all posts by Loranne Brown

2 responses to “Elizabeth Gilbert on Creativity

  • Nancy Stebbins

    Oh!! I thought there was something wrong with my crown.(I've seen this before, Loranne. Great video. Is she the one who wrote Eat, Pray, Love?)

  • Loranne Brown

    There's nothing wrong with our crowns, Princess, only the angles we wear them.Yes, that's right. Elizabeth Gilbert wrote Eat, Pray, Love (not to be confused with Eats, Shoots and Leaves). Soon To Be a Major Motion Picture, starring Julia Roberts.

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