I've been journaling since birth, is what I often say. I have journals from my first year in high school, when I went abroad for a few weeks, my first pregnancy and so on. It's been a natural part of my writing journey. But recently, I found scripting; and it’s felt—more empowering. It was like … Continue reading What is Scripting?
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5 Surefire Ways to Accomplish Anything
“Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.” ― Abraham LincolnIt is never too late to get your life right. You can go after your goals now or delay for months and years, plan for New Year's Day or your birthday, but the process will … Continue reading 5 Surefire Ways to Accomplish Anything
3 Writerly Things to Do This Weekend: Spring Cleaning
New season, new plans—and somewhat new, clean spaces (or at least ones that feel like it), too. There is something about spring, the fire it brings with Aries, that makes most people want to just blaze a new trail for themselves. It's that fire energy — the warrior, trailblazer, leader — that's just ready to … Continue reading 3 Writerly Things to Do This Weekend: Spring Cleaning
Why Now Is a Good Time to Begin
It's February. January is done, out and over, and chances are so have been your New Year's resolutions. And if you started the new year full of hope and expectation, only to fall short, we don't blame you. We blame the back-to-back holidays. Plus, the expectations are way too high and there's really no logic … Continue reading Why Now Is a Good Time to Begin