Follow along as I show you how I created my first Kanban Board for July-Sept. and already have struggled with how I set goals.
I'm a visual learner. I am the kind of person who used to be able to picture charts and images on a test from my notes. I didn't learn how to use that to my advantage until well into my college career, though. Now, I use visuals to get inspiration whenever I need a story… Continue reading Visual Inspiration
Check out the four things I’ve done to craft a better, stronger, clearer vision of what I want my future to hold.
At the beginning of the school year, we got a talk from our area superintendent and he asked us all: What is the "why" behind your "what"? This was a really introspective question for me, and not only in the way that I look at my teaching career or lesson plans, but in the way… Continue reading The “why” behind your “what”
Okay, maybe these are here to keep me going, but maybe they'll help you, too.
Whatever it is...make sure it reflects where you want to be.
A few days ago, I posted a question on Instagram about how other authors add tension to their stories. Most of the responses that I got went something like this: -Identify what you character wants -Then, use what your character needs as an obstacle to keep him/her from that want Sounds simple enough, right? In… Continue reading Creating Tension