Miglė Galvonaitė on How to write a book?Writing Counselor and Gonzo Writer26 days ago
Join writing theraphy adventure “Writest”. For those who like to try or continue using writing magic to accept yourself and everything in the past, present & future.✨🙏🏼

Thomas DesimpelAngel Investor, Polyglot, Real Estate Investor
Writing Counselor...now that sounds like a great future profession🙂👌, but no kidding I fully agree: writing can indeed be fun/insightful/therapeutic/self-fulfilling at the same time...verba volant scripta manent as our Roman precedessors once said (or better wrote...) 😎. How did they manage by the way without Qoorio🤭?
23 days ago
Miglė GalvonaitėWriting Counselor and Gonzo Writer
Thomas Desimpel thank you so much for your kind words! Books and being in the right place & right time did some magic before the socials I think! ✨🐝
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That’s an amazing book ! That’s why I fell into the wisdom of metaphysics and now practicing them professionally !
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Lina Linkeviciute on Be Creative as Leonardo Da VinciTheatre Director [email protected] Paintings/Luxury Business Professional3 months ago
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