Content Writing Groups

Are you falling behind with blogs, newsletters or other content? Having trouble staying consistent? Hate having nobody to bounce ideas off or to cheer you on?

I can help.

I run Content Writing Groups for women. They’re a powerful mix of content mastermind and writing incubator.

We meet on Zoom once a week for an hour. You name your wins and challenges, along with a writing goal for the session. Then you’ll write for around 20-30 minutes on whatever you want to get done. At the end, you tell us what you need to do next and you make a commitment to doing it.

The groups are limited to four people each, which encourages interaction and community-building. My aim is to provide you with accountability, strategies, and support in a safe and encouraging environment.

With wisdom and insight, Sherene has guided me to a deep understanding of who I am as a writer—an understanding that informs all of my communications about the work I do and the value it provides to editors, corporate clients, and readers.  I’ve come away from each session with a clear sense of what I need to do next to meet my goals, and I now feel solidly grounded in the principles that will support me in the business of creating meaningful work long-term.  Sandra, CWG member 2021

In just one hour a week, you can build the writing habits that aid momentum.

No matter how small it feels, every step gets you moving forward.

I know what it’s like to feel stuck.  

As a journalist and TV producer, I was always part of a team, working to a deadline in an environment that promoted productivity and creativity. 

But I floundered when I first struck out on my own as a freelance journalist and content coach.

Sometimes I’d be on fire, writing consistently and publishing work that felt just right. Then life would interrupt, and the momentum would stall. It could be weeks before I got the rhythm back and not only was it hard work but I felt bad about myself. Disappointed. Frustrated. Guilty. 

Things only got better when I thought back to my news days.

Year after year of writing on demand, sometimes under intense pressure, had given me good writing habits that I could still call upon even though I was no longer working in newsrooms.

My Content Writing Groups help build good habits. 

Over time, you’ll have the writing habits in place so you can be…

  • Happier with what you write.
  • Setting and achieving writing goals.
  • Publishing more regularly.

Your content momentum will be up and running and so will your confidence. Finally, you can feel happy about what you’re publishing. Isn’t that what we all want?