What's Your Travel Story? Jul 31 2020

A mind that is stretched by new experiences can never go back to old dimensions....

What's Your Travel Story?

Travel for many of us has been limited. This is a beautiful picture of my cousin "Ro" and her boyfriend in front of the coliseum in Rome, Italy. I'm posting it because it brings me much creative inspiration for L-O-V-E and ART. I hope it does the same for all of you reading this. Even though our ability to travel the WORLD has been impacted, I feel that it makes us more open to an alternative way to travel. Whether it be a staycation with an inflatable pool and an aperol spritz in the backyard, a camping adventure in your neighbors ramshackled RV, or just a lazy picnic at your local park... make sure you take at least a day and create a travel story for yourself.

Free Writing Prompt
Take 10-15 minutes and write about the following:

-Traveling to new places opens you up to various experiences that ignites all of your senses. Write about your best travel experience ever or your not so best travel experience. Use all your 5 senses and even number 6 if you'd like. Remember don't judge yourself ... just open the channel and WRITE!

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New Classes ...

- Pitch to Publish : Learn how you can pitch to publish your stories and make some BUCKS click here to  Register NOW

-What's Your Story For 2020 Intro To Writing And Storytelling Part 1 : Come learn the POWER of Storytelling in this Intro To Writing And Storytelling Interactive Course space is limited click here to Register Now

-What's Your Story For 2020 Intro To Writing And Storytelling Part 2: Part 2 will cover the 'middle ' of your story... and much more space is limited click here to Register Now

-What's Your Story For 2020 Intro To Writing And Storytelling Part 3: Will cover the END of your story and more basic tips on storytelling structure. Space is limited click here to register now.

What's going on...

Nurses and hypochondriacs Podcast is currently on a summer hiatus... we will be back in production soon. We are looking for guests with interesting stories and Advertisers to join our team. If you are interested, shoot us an email here:

If you need FREE CE's, we have over 60 episodes with interesting wacky content that will keep you updated on hot topics in healthcare and possibly snort your favorite cocktail out of your nose.

Our guests are awesome! Checkout what they've been up to and listen to their episodes!

Neighborhood Councils Meet Virtually To Discuss Community Needs

N&H guest Adriane Hoff was just featured in this segment on Spectrum News 1
Adriane was a guest on ep #24 The Terrors Of Salmonella on our Halloween Trilogy Of Terror series where she talked about getting Salmonella from her pet turtle listen here now Nurses get 1.0 CE's

“I certainly miss being one-on-one with my colleagues and with the community, but in a lot of ways, it makes the meetings that much more accessible to people,” said Hoff. “For folks that don’t have child care and still have other obligations in the evening, they don’t have to put that all on hold just to show up to give comment on an agenda item.” checkout her segment here

Congratulations To Brandon Burkhart...

If you've taken The Well Written Nurse Intro To Writing And Storytelling Classes ... then you've used Brandon's Tips to storytelling. We are thrilled his pilot script was selected for the Austin Revolution Film Festival 2020

Tonight: Fertile

I had the pleasure meeting Heather Dowling in 2015 at the Hollywood Fringe Festival when I first produced Nurses and Hypochondriacs Storytelling. She is a very talented actress and Fertile is a brilliant  witty tale of what a woman goes through while seeking fertility. She will be a guest on N&H soon sharing her story.

Thursday, July 30 at 7:00 pm PST
Aired virtually from Whitefire, Sherman Oaks, CA

In Fertile, we meet Jenny, a woman with a plan––a plan to get pregnant. Everyone keeps telling her that time is running out; she just turned 35, after all. So, when those urine tests keep coming back negative, Jenny decides to take action and fix the problem. That’s when she runs into real problems…and real questions about fertility and motherhood. As Jenny faces the world of “mom options” – egg freezing, in-vitro, adoption, and more––the conversation about the expectation of procreation really begins. In a sea of outside opinions from her friends, her doctors, a beloved neighbor, and even God, Jenny must ultimately look within to discover what motherhood means to her, what it means to be fertile. Click here for more details


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