Are you able to focus and motivate yourself better when you have other productive people around? Scroll down to read more about the weekly Writers’ Room for body doubling or click the button below to start receiving the weekly invitations.

     – Susanne

Stay focused

Use body doubling to get inspired by other people's focus on their writing.

Get accountable

Stay on task, knowing that someone will ask you about your progress later.

Set goals

Practice setting, achieving and celebrating specific and achievable goals.

Are you tired of writing all by yourself?

Many ADHD writers feel like they are working in isolation. They know that they work better when they have others around, and when someone checks in with them on how they are doing. But writing can be a very isolating and solitary activity. This makes it hard for them to focus, to motivate themselves, or even to make time for writing at all. They feel sad, frustrated and lonely, and don’t feel they are making enough progress. 

But with body doubling in the Writers’ Room, that no longer has to be the case! 

How the Writers' Room can help

Once a week, I open a room on Google Meet where writers both with and without ADHD can come together to write. This space was designed with body doubling in mind. Many people have an easier time focusing when there is someone else around them who is also being productive. By working together as a small group, therefore, we make it easier on both ourselves and others to stay focused, motivate ourselves, and get some writing done.

What’s more, at the top of the hour I will ask you to set a goal, and at the end of the hour I will check in with you to ask if you have achieved the goal you set for yourself. This way, you have added accountability, making it easier to stay on task. 

Does this sound like the right solution for you? Click the link below to fill out the form, and get an email every time I host another Writers’ Room. 

Are you looking for accountability and support?

As someone with ADHD myself, I know how hard it can be to keep motivating and focusing yourself. Wouldn’t it be great if you had someone who helped you do all that? 

You no longer have to do it alone. As your ADHD writing coach, I will be with you in every Writers’ Room to help you set goals and stay focused! What’s more, the community we’re building is incredibly supportive and will be cheering you on every step of the way!

When & where to find the Writers' Room

Every Writers’ Room is hosted on Google Meet. I keep the room open for about 6 hours, but you can join and leave whenever you want (though preferably at the top of the hour). These are the times and days when you can expect Writers’ Rooms to occur.


(Almost) every Tuesday + occasionally on the weekends


Normally, a Writers' Room is from noon to 6 pm Central European Time.


Join the mailing list to get access to the Google Meet links!

*Do you want to know what that is in your own timezone? Check World Timebuddy to do the conversion from Central European Time. 

Would you like to join a Writers’ Room? Sign up at the bottom of this page to get an email with the joining link on the day before every Writers’ Room. 

Note on costs

I want the Writers’ Rooms community to be as inclusive as possible. This means that whatever your financial situation, I want to make it possible for you to get the writing support and accountability you deserve! 

That is exactly why for the Writers’ Rooms, I don’t charge a fixed fee. Instead, this is a pay-what-you-can service.

Make a contribution when you are capable of doing so, and join for free when the money is tight. We are here to support you, no matter what. 

How to join the Writers' Room

About Passionate Writer coaching

In the weekly Writers’ Rooms, everyone is welcome. There are only three steps you have to take to join the rooms. 


Join the list


Click the link in the email


Get to work!

I’ll see you in the next Writers’ Room!

What people in the community have to say

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