Author Tara Moeller wears many hats and many names. Here she shares why she has so many pen names and what that experience has been like.
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What I Learned About Myself in 2019
So much can happen in a year! But, how much do we stop and take note of before we move into the next year? Well, here I’m sharing my top lessons from 2019 and I’d love to hear about yours as well.
NaNoWriMo is a crazy and hectic month for anyone trying to reach that 50k. But how do you make sure that the pursuit of that finish line doesn’t end up burning you out along the way? Check out some of these tips on pacing yourself this November.
Attempting to use a Kanban board
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.
Envisioning the future
Check out the four things I’ve done to craft a better, stronger, clearer vision of what I want my future to hold.
The “why” behind your “what”
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 wayContinue reading “The “why” behind your “what””
Currently Consuming June 2019
My last post, I shared some of my favorite tools and items. It got me thinking about how fun it could be to really track and share my journey through what I read, watch, listen to, etc. in case you are looking for something new to try or have heard of something and would likeContinue reading “Currently Consuming June 2019”
Tomorrow is my birthday! And I’m really excited with the way that this past year has really shaped up and is projecting me into the future. Here are a couple of things that I am reflecting on as I log another year in the books: I am only capable of so much The past fewContinue reading “Another year…”
Sometimes we just need a reminder…
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? InContinue reading “Creating Tension”
Gift Ideas for Writers
Want to help your writer get into the mood…to write? Here are some gift ideas just in time for Valentine’s Day!
Reflections and Resolution
Wow! How did 15 days of 2019 already slip by? Well, I had intended to do this post earlier, but here we are. I watched Kim Chance’s video collaboration with Megan Olivier on YouTube about reflections and resolutions and wanted to do them for myself! So, I hope you enjoy as I look back atContinue reading “Reflections and Resolution”