Expert Author Showcase: Nancy Nicolazzo

Meet EzineArticles’ Expert Author Nancy Nicolazzo in Today’s Showcase

Thought provoking and compassionate, Expert Author Nancy Nicolazzo is committed to helping other people make the most out of each moment, every day.

Inspired by stories and discussions on how meditation and mindfulness has impacted people’s relationships and lives at home or at work, Nancy is motivated to write and coach. “I have always loved words and fine writing and believe that words can inspire and improve our quality of life,” she said.

Having studied English during her undergraduate career, Nancy was eager to find a strategy that aligned with her interests to write and pass on her insights as a personal mindfulness coach.

“When I learned about EzineArticles I was excited to find a format for my writing,” Nancy stated. “I began writing articles for EzineArticles in February 2009 as a way to create awareness of meditation and mindfulness – two things that have made a difference in my life and that I believe can make people’s lives, the world, better … I do so appreciate EzineArticles as a way to share knowledge with people from all over the world.”

Nancy’s Challenges and Solutions for Expert Authors

What Can I Offer?

Nancy struggled with believing she had nothing to say. She commented that she overcame this by realizing all of the knowledge and experience she had amassed can be helpful to others.

How Do I Beat Writer’s Block?

Writer’s block can come in many forms and it’s often perpetuated by anxiety. “My favorite cure for writer’s block is to relax, take a break from writing, and keep mindful of what happens around me,” Nancy stated. “I look for the beauty of a moment – it may come from witnessing an act of kindness, understanding that grief is a natural part of life, seeing someone act with grace and dignity, and know that it is the simple things in life that can be the most profound.”

Who’s Reading this Anyway?

Finding an audience can be a trial of patience. After “writing for EzineArticles, where more than 11,400 people have read my articles, I realized … what I write is interesting and helpful to many people!” Nancy commented.


No hesitating. Begin the steps to achieving your goal today. “I recommend jumping right in,” Nancy vouched. “Even if [you’re] not confident about [your] ability to write, give it a try and take advantage of what EzineArticles has to offer. There is much to be learned, much to gained – it is an opportunity to share knowledge, expertise, and personal life learning with others.”

Embrace what happens around you! Share with your audience and try Nancy’s solutions to your own article writing challenges. Positive change achieves greatness!

Do you have a question or comment for Nancy? Feel free to leave it in the comments section below.


Joseph Dabon writes:

Beautiful, down to earth and truly relaxing piece. Makes things look so simple.

Re writer’s block, I’ve read so many things on how to beat it. At the end of the day, what really matters is what drives you on. If you can’t find it, nobody can do it for you.

Read somewhere that a person cannot be motivated unless he/she finds a good reason for doing what he/she must do.

Comment provided July 26, 2012 at 8:29 PM


Nancy Nicolazzo writes:

Thanks for writing, Joseph!


Joseph Dabon writes:

You’re most welcome.




I really like what you say: “Embrace what happens around you.” That is so true. Anything can become an inspiration to begin writing. And once the writing begins, t gets easier to continue. The ideas start to flow.

Comment provided July 26, 2012 at 10:12 PM


Nancy Nicolazzo writes:

Hello Erica,

Embracing what happens around us is like looking through the lens of a camera – it helps us to appreciate beauty and can be inspiring!

It’s a wonderful feeling when “ideas start to flow”!


Vijay Mishra writes:

Yes, Nancy Nicolazzo is doing well his all topic about self improvement and health related.

Comment provided July 27, 2012 at 12:14 AM


Nancy Nicolazzo writes:

Thank you Vijay!


Randall Magwood writes:

Hi Nancy. Congrats on the great publicity. I like the way that you handle writer’s block. Whenever I encounter writer’s block, I go for a mile long run outside, and come back refreshed, energized, and ready to go.

Comment provided July 27, 2012 at 2:52 AM


Nancy Nicolazzo writes:

Hi Randall ~
A mile run, seven miles on a bicycle, yoga, kayaking … all great ways to refresh, energize and write!

Comment provided July 27, 2012 at 6:59 AM


John writes:

Hi Nancy, quite good achievement, I appreciate your hard work. And yes thanks for the useful tips that you have described here.

Comment provided July 27, 2012 at 8:08 AM


Nancy Nicolazzo writes:

Thank you John!


Shirley Slick writes:

Congratulations on making “The Showcase.” I liked everything you had to say; but even more, I like what you have to say in your articles. I will continue to read your articles because you are addressing some issues that are currently problematic in my life. You have already helped! Thank you.

Keep up the good writing. :)

Comment provided July 28, 2012 at 12:40 AM


Nancy Nicolazzo writes:

Thank you Shirley. It is always gratifying to hear that what I write is pertinent and helpful! May all blessings be yours.

Comment provided July 28, 2012 at 1:25 PM


Nishu Bhat writes:

You are one of the good writers. Like your writing style.

Comment provided August 1, 2012 at 7:24 AM


Nancy Nicolazzo writes:

Thanks so much, Nishu!


kay mistretta writes:

Nancy, Yesterday was the first time I read one of your articles and have to agree that your words are very inspirational. Some time ago I used to speak at seminars, and when I recently had to put words on paper via article….I really had to stop and remember to write as you speak. Makes sense. If you clear your head and remain calm, the words will flow on the paper naturally. Thanks again.

Comment provided August 1, 2012 at 2:10 PM


Clare Sheppard writes:

Hi Nancy. I really appreciated this read. I am new at writing and some times find it hard to get started but once I start it does flow. I appreciated your comment about just jump right in and get going.

Comment provided August 2, 2012 at 12:43 PM


Nancy Nicolazzo writes:

Hi Clare,

Being new at writing has it’s challenges, but it also means you have “beginner’s mind”, and according to Zen teacher Shunryu Suzuki, “In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in the expert’s mind there are few.”

I wish you good luck and many possibilities with your writing!



Nancy Nicolazzo writes:

Hello Kay,
Thank you for writing and complimenting my writing. It’s a wonderful process when the “words flow on the paper”! May we all know that experience.

Comment provided August 3, 2012 at 6:34 AM



Nancy Nicolazzo
Congrats on the great publicity.

Comment provided October 22, 2012 at 9:33 PM


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