#15 - Restful Writing

This week, Rachel greets Dan, Nathan, and Taylor with a writing exercise: what is it like when your house is completely silent? Answering that question brings up something different for everyone—from a deeper awareness of home as a physical space, to an appreciation for solitude—but they all agree on one thing: it's necessary to have writing time that isn't subject to pressures of time and clarity.

Join the panelists in the writing exercise by pausing for ten minutes as they begin, and embark on your own free-write!

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