How Astrology Can Help Your Career

Astrology is best learned in practice. Learning from charts and simply experimenting and connecting what you see and feel. When I first started doing astrology, I often used it for the most strangest things – what's a good day I could take off, what's the best day to redesign my living room and what are … Continue reading How Astrology Can Help Your Career

Learn More About Our Not So Picture Perfect Posts

If you search a little around our site, you'll probably notice there's something peculiar about the pictures attached to the features. What does the picture of a tree trunk have to do with a writing deeply meditation? Or the image of a rundown business have to do with computer issues? You get the picture. They … Continue reading Learn More About Our Not So Picture Perfect Posts

Using Mercury Retrograde to Write

If you haven't been writing much these past few weeks, don't fret – as the Mercury Retrograde is vibing along with you. That said, you should still be getting some kind of writing or communication-like work going. For me, I'm keeping a list of all the people I'm reaching out to for freelancing gigs, freelancing … Continue reading Using Mercury Retrograde to Write

When Too Much Planning Is Just Too Much

"This time, it'll be it. Just one more. I just need enough of these to know I'll have enough to write down all my ideas." This was the thought going through my head as I approached the register at Staples, holding on tightly to two writing tablets. Debating whether to return then and find a … Continue reading When Too Much Planning Is Just Too Much

The Jerry Seinfeld Calendar Method for Creatives

I remember reading many years ago about the Jerry Seinfeld calendar approach. He would write everyday and then mark it on a calendar. The way he would do this, however, was a bit more unique... and it was also a way to make sure you built consistency. "He told me to get a big wall … Continue reading The Jerry Seinfeld Calendar Method for Creatives

3 Writerly Things To Do This Weekend: The Winter Break

We're more than halfway through winter, and if you're anything like me, you're counting down the days for spring. Don't get my wrong. I love the winter time. The holidays are great, then New Year's and Valentine's Day and Daylight Saving's – until finally it's officially spring. After the New Year's flow, things could get … Continue reading 3 Writerly Things To Do This Weekend: The Winter Break

3 Things I Do Daily To Keep My Writing Life Sane

I write – a lot. I write for work as a reporter, as well as personally. Yes, that includes fiction, journals, permission slips, love notes for my kids and husband, memos and blogs (what you're reading now – ta-da!). Writing, if we're going to get technical, makes up 60 percent of my life. The other … Continue reading 3 Things I Do Daily To Keep My Writing Life Sane