Avid is a ritual-building digital workshop designed for readers who crave stable, grounded, sustainable routine.
This workshop explores the root of how and why we read, and as an avid reader I have found it to be very helpful in committing to other daily rituals and acts of self care.
My life has changed since I have created ritual around my reading practice. I have higher self-esteem, I am more focused, present, and less addicted to the screens around me, and I have unlocked the secret to how I best commit to myself.
This workshop is for readers who:
+ seek more ritual
+ want a digital detox
+ would like to connect with their reading in a deep and meaningful way
HOW IT WORKS
When you sign up, you will send a note to me that includes your daily reading goal.
(5 minutes or 100 pages a day - it doesn’t matter as long as you show up)
You will receive a weekly email with a letter from me, as well as 7 writing prompts to be completed throughout the week.
These letters introduce a theme for each week, which is what you will be contemplating as you carry out your daily reading. Each prompt is designed to help you dive deeper into your own practice, and to fully understand your own personal style of commitment to your reading practice.
As we move through the month, I will suggest a number of ways to start incorporating other acts of self care into your life. These are gentle suggestions that are focused on sustainability in the hopes of creating lifelong rituals.
We will schedule a 1x1 consultation at the end of the 4 weeks to discuss what you have learned about your own style of commitment and ritual. From there, I will send you a personalized guide to incorporating ritual into your life based on your own habits and reading routine.
*you are NOT required to read or finish 2 books for this workshop. I have found that with a daily reading practice, most participants read 2 books. some read (or listen to) more, and some read less. it is not a race and it is not about reading as much as possible. it is simply about a daily commitment.
email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions