Happy Spring Equinox, Writers. And for those of you in the southern hemisphere, happy Autumn Equinox. While I acknowledge that there are two beautiful changing of the seasons happening in two different parts of the world, I want to focus on the Spring. When spring arrives, we are transitioning from the winter into the lighter, […]
Wow. We are nearly through January, and I have been nowhere to be seen for months. After my move to Greece, I hit a lot of unexpected hiccups that prevented me from a lot of the set-up I had anticipated, including access to internet, being able to get on an actual phone plan that would […]
Something I really try to drive home is that you need to know why it is you’re writing. Not just why you’re writing your story, but why you’re writing in general. In fact, I can list plenty of posts where I reference how to dive into that, and why you need to find your why. […]
This is the last day of the Sitting with Discomfort series. This week has been spent focusing on white privilege and learning to be discomfort in order to learn about yourself. This series was inspired by the wonderful women from ar-tic. If you are just arriving to this series, I highly suggest that you start […]
You are a Writer. Times of turmoil and injustice are your times to shine. Now, let’s make sure we all create responsibly.
Knowing what makes you uncomfortable is one thing. But knowing the environment which caused this discomfort means a greater opportunity to fix it.
If you’re struggling to know what you can do in these times of injustice and turmoil, the first step is to acknowledge your deep fears.
This is an honest post. This is a personal post. But if you’re like me, it’s applicable to you. Getting Real for a Minute As you may or may not know, I’m an American living in the UK. As an American, I am very well aware of the racial and political issues that go on […]
NatWritCoChallenge Today is the last day of the Natural Writer Coaching Challenge, and I couldn’t be more thrilled. Those of you who have participated have done wonderful work, and I have loved seeing it so much. I wanted to say thank you to everyone who participated, and whose writing I got to know. Tomorrow afternoon […]
Speed comes with clarity. Step 1: Knowing what you want for your writing life, then you know how to set your writing speed goals.