Which is why I believe our individual talents for this sort of travel workshop are a perfect match. I lived for six years in South Korea, where drinking might as well be the national sport.
Lavinia is an extremely talented, award-winning travel writer, who loves to teach the craft of writing and stroytelling. She teaches workshops in travel writing and journaling.
I have a glass of white wine three or four nights a week. I was ten years old and about to move from New Hampshire to Arizona with my family. Wherever we travel, wherever we relocate, one thing remains the same: I went to a university known for being a party school, and I did my best to fit in.
So here is what you get…. Finally I moved to San Francisco, land of fine wine and artisanal organic handcrafted cocktails. I am better at other things, like planning, organizing and executing.
My parents were very social and always drank at dinner—the regular centerpiece of our table was a big jug of wine. I am more of a travel show-n-teller who loves traveling.
If you could be any drink, what would it be? Do you have a favorite book, song, or movie about drinking? Or the small island in Thailand where we danced barefoot on the sand beneath a full moon with hundreds of other travelers.
Having said that, this book has psychological and anthropological meanings: And the silent periods are indeed and inseparable part of any creative process where the purpose of time is to ripen any meaningful realizations into something innovative.
I suspect my younger self might disapprove. I can tell you it was probably in my twenties or thirties, it likely occurred in a foreign country, and it definitely involved my best friend, Erin.
There was the rooftop in Spain with a barrel of sangria and a bunch of strangers, everyone dancing the sevillana under the stars. Travel has the ability to make writers of us all, and this trip will turn that potential into reality. This goes back a few years, after I bought her book Writing Away.
It was a mixture of beer and lemonade.Writing Away by Spalding, Lavinia. Hardcover available at Half Price Books® mint-body.com Get FREE shipping on Writing Away by Lavinia Spalding, from mint-body.com Explores the benefits of keeping a journal while traveling to maintain creativity through a series of writing experiments designed to break writer's block, inspire new ideas, develop a routine, and maintain discipline.
"I love nothing more than the romantic, aristocratic ceremony of writing with a fountain pen—it slows me down, scratches across the paper like an eerie haunted-house soundtrack, turns me pensive, arouses my inner poet. Food for Life. Author: Lavinia Spalding Publish date: Jul 29, Lavinia Spalding is the author of Writing Away.
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Slice of Summer. Recipes for Found Foods. Staff of Life. Lavinia Spalding Editor, writer, and writing coach. Lavinia Spalding is an award-winning writer and editor. She is series editor of The Best Women’s Travel Writing, author of Writing Away: A Creative Guide to Awakening the Journal-Writing Traveler, and coauthor of With a Measure of Grace: The Story and Recipes of a Small Town Restaurant.
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