A few weeks ago, I talked to you about something new I’m trying this year, The Three-Word Approach. I’ve been choosing a Word for the Year for a while, but this year I thought I would try tying my word to feelings I hope to achieve, basically so I would always have a reminder of my “why.” Last year, my word was Go, and it … Continue reading 2020 Word for the Year: Love
I interrupt my usual agenda of pep talks to bring you what is absolutely going to sound like a commercial, but I promise I haven’t been paid. It’s not an ad. It just looks like one. Here we go. Several months ago, my friend Kelsey told me about Pacemaker, which calls itself a flexible goal planner for writers and students (but check it out even … Continue reading Pacemaker.Press: A Flexible Goal Planner for Writers (and anyone else)
I am a terrible blogger. I mean, I think I do okay blogging with YA Misfits and HerKentucky, but when it comes to this blog right here? I can never think of anything to talk about. For whatever reason, blogging just seems like a lot of work to me–maybe because I’m doing so much writing and revising on my book lately, the idea of sitting … Continue reading Ok, I admit it.