Episode 331: Writing as a Processing Tool with Ally Fallon
Today my guest is Ally Fallon. Ally is a new mom of one, and lifelong writer. When she went through her first divorce, she began using writing as a form of therapy and processing and she loves helping others to do the same. She founded the program Find Your Voice, which helps people to write and today we’re talking about her best tips for getting started.
Learn more about Allison Fallon, founder of Find Your Voice and author of The Power of Writing It Down: A Simple Habit to Unlock Your Brain and Reimagine Your Life
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