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
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
Meditation Wednesday is a new, monthly series, where we'll write a meditation piece for you to practice on your own. It will focus on writing, creating and imagining whatever theme we're tackling for the month using astrology, of course. We all know things get darker around this time of the year. It's when we feel, … Continue reading Meditation Wednesday: Writing Deeply
There's a somewhat potent quality to Sunday's Virgo/Pisces full moon. It's in the early degrees of both signs, so the sun and moon are just submerging themselves into the qualities of those signs. Full Moon Time: Aug. 26, 2018 at 7:56 a.m. EDT That said, it should be a few good days to experiment with … Continue reading To The #FullMoon and Back Writing Prompts
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
Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes. They're happening all around us – especially with nature. And as writers, it's always important to take a cue from what's happening around us to include in our writing. Or at least to include in our rituals and our day-to-day to help with our writing.
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