Nov 15, 2017
If you think you're not a perfectionist because you've never written anything perfectly, this might be the podcast for you. I'm the kind of person who could never understand what people meant when they said "I did my best." My best wasn't good enough, so that didn't matter. But slowly, I'm working toward accepting that I don't want to be the perfect writer. There are no perfect writers. There are only writers who learn to be as vulnerable and authentic as they can be--and that's really messy.