It's a long road to self-actualization. Sometimes we falter, fail, or flounder, and we have to be okay with that. I'm trying to be, anyway. What is it they say, again? Right. "An attempt was made." We just do better next time.
The word of the day is "inspired," and we use it to stake several claims that will lead us down paths of reclamation, rebirth, and a better understanding of one's self. Topics discussed include: YouTube livestreams, music, Breath of the Wild, embracing what brings us joy
A rambling, disconnected episode proves to be anything but when, in its final moments, we realize that the best advice for uncertain times was right in front of us all along. Topics discussed include: COVID-19, cultivating community, facing uncertainty, permission for self care
Live unscripted, unedited, and unafraid. The first three episodes of “Just Me” are now streaming on Apple Podcasts, Podchaser, TuneIn, Spotify, and YouTube.
What does it even mean to be friends? What is "fun," exactly? R.R. Campbell explores the nature of both (and more!) in this positivity-driven episode. Topics discussed: "don't call it special," DND, soccer, Spongebob(?)
Be mindful of the struggles beneath the surface. You never know how many March 2nds someone faces in a day. Topics discussed: grief, failures to launch, mindfulness, loss of loved ones
Live unscripted. Live unedited. Live unafraid. In episode one of this new venture from author and Writescast Network founder r.r. campbell, he explores what led him to begin this journey, as well as his aspirations for it.
Grief. Joy. Identity. Friendship. In an era of clickbait and lifehacks and listicles, these topics may not be nabbing headlines, but they’re critically important: important to understanding the people we’ve been, the people we are, and the people we might become.
Fresh off the release of STORM FROM THE EAST, book two in her GLASS ALLIANCE series, author Joanna Hathaway discusses how leaning into writing her passions led her to publication.
Our manuscripts are more than words. They live and die by the feel of their prose, by the rhythm and texture of the page. In this episode, r.r. campbell deconstructs the first pages of a number of popular books in order to explore the phenomenon that is voice. Along the way, he proposes writing exercises that creatives everywhere can use to better understand their voices, their stories, and themselves.