Without a doubt, the Slice of Life Challenge has been my March creative partner.
The Slice of Life Challenge has made me laugh out loud.
The Slice of Life Challenge has made me feel seen.
The Slice of Life Challenge has helped me grow as a writer.
As it comes to an end, I find myself thinking about what parts of me I haven't yet shared with all of you. And I haven't yet shared a whole lot about my personal, creative process. So today's post is about a podcast that makes me laugh out loud, feel seen, and helps me grow as a writer.
This may not seem personal, but it is. This podcast helps me keep going when I feel like quitting, keep going when I think selling another manuscript is out of reach, keep going when I think I'm not as talented as other writers.
It's Creative Pep Talk by Andy J. Pizza.
Every week I anxiously await Wednesday, because without fail, a new episode drops. He's been podcasting every week, without fail, for eight years-400 episodes.
Yep, 400 episodes.
Yet, every time I listen I learn something new about myself or am able to see something from a different point of view or feel as though someone knows exactly how I feel.
So, when April first rolls around and you're feeling lost because you've lost your March creative partner, you have more than a years worth of episodes that you can listen to whenever you need a creative partner or at the very least a... Creative Pep Talk.