RBS is a digital club for creative-types
Content to fuel your creativity
The Right Brains Society is a digital newsletter, and my version of sending you a handwritten note. You can look forward to musings on topics like writing, blogging, poetry, living a creative life, how not to hate your day job, and finding beauty in our routines.
RBS is governed by the following principles:
1. We are inherently creative.
2. We desire to offer something to the world.
3. There is value in the process.
4. We don't always know what we want to be when we grow up.
5. Inspiration can strike at any moment.
6. Balancing work and creativity is hard.
7. Reading is invaluable.
8. Surrounding ourselves with others who share common interests is essential.
9. The work is never finished.
10. Carpe diem.
Letter 1: Finding time to read
Letter 2: How we choose the paths we're on
Letter 3: Ode to Sage
Letter 4: Work Snacks + A Poem About Wind
Letter 5: Keeping Journals as an Adult
Letter 8: Poetry in a Time of Tragedy
Letter 9: Blogging Advice for 2013
Letter 10: Philanthropy for Food and Literature Lovers
Letter 11: A Manifesto on Creativity
Letter 12: The 3-Day Distraction Cleanse
Letter 13: What I learned by not attending ALT Summit
Letter 14: Coping with Magazine Addiction
Letter 15: A Desk of One's Own
Letter 16: Why Mary Ruefle Writes in the Bathroom
Letter 17: How museums can make you a better writer
Letter 18: The Great Book vs. Film Debate
Letter 19: The Cure for Creative Road Blocks
Letter 20: How to create a memorable meals scrapbook
Letter 21: What's on my Nightstand, Summer Edition
Letter 23: 5 Quotes for Overcoming Obstacles
Letter 24: A Desk of One's Own, Part 2
Letter 25: What to do while you wait
Letter 27: A summer of food poetry + contest anthology
Letter 28: Celebrating 1 Year + 5 Favorite Newsletters
Letter 29: Notes on Recipe Writing
Letter 30: How to stay creative during the holidays
Letter 31: The Art of Note Taking
Letter 32: 10 Ways to Leave Your Comfort Zone
Letter 33: Finding Purpose in Today + Feed South Africa
Letter 34: To begin, begin
Letter 35: Podcasts & Perspective
Letter 36: 10 Links for National Poetry Month
Letter 37: 5 Words That Will Change Everything
Letter 38: The Habit Loop
Letter 39: On Being a Literary Traveler