I learned a lot about myself last year, and I’m sharing it here with you in case it helps you move into the rest of 2020 feeling more confident and capable.
Author Catherine Labadie provides insight on staying on schedule and focused on your goals.
Guest blogger Britt Laux offers insight about the creative process and the process of healing.
Guest blogger Shari Bethea shares tips and tricks to keep yourself motivated while trying to achieve your goals.
My NaNo 2019 went a little different than I thought it would, but thanks to Susan Dennard’s Magical Cookies, I found myself loving my work every step of the way.
Check out today’s guest post and hear from an author who found that music helps to get the creativity flowing!
If you’re looking for Facebook groups, Twitter #s, podcasts and more that are dedicated to writers, I’ve started compiling a list here for your reference.
Looking for a fun way to collect the things that you hear and see every day that make you think, laugh, or want to write? Well check out this mixtape of words exercise that can allow you to do just that!
NaNoWriMo is about to kick off for this year. Come see what I’ll be up to and ways to make every word count!
Put simply, RAFT writing is a creative writing exercise that was designed to make you consider different perspectives and formats for your writing. I use it all the time with my students and many of my students had a hard time grasping the concept the first time, but found it more and more interesting theOkumaya devam edin “Finding Inspiration Through RAFT Writing”
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 storyOkumaya devam edin “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.
I recently started freelancing and picked up a few jobs that went fairly quickly. It was exciting and I quickly took on a larger editing project and a smaller, ongoing one. However, it was soon clear that the smaller job was actually a lot more work than I had anticipated, and, paired with tight deadlines,Okumaya devam edin “The Power of “No””
Okay, maybe these are here to keep me going, but maybe they’ll help you, too.
@thechampagnediet on IG I listened to the Style Your Mind podcast this morning about resolutions and wow! This question ☝🏼 really stuck with me. Resolutions aren’t the end result, they are the action steps we need to take to become who we want to be.