Monthly archives: August, 2017

Savor the Moment

It’s not like this hasn’t been said before, but writing is hard work. Some days, it can be a slog. I’m not going to try and refute that here, or try and put any kind of spin on it to make it seem otherwise. Writing is hard work. But there are times… And, if you’re …

Stream-of-consciousness: Writing exercise or therapy?

When I was in high school, we suffered through, ahem, read James Joyce’s Ulysses. I said in class that I felt like if I read it with one eye shut, it began to make a certain amount of sense. Which, surprisingly, excited my teacher no end, because, she said, that was exactly the point! What? …

Know thyself

Hello all! I hope everyone is enjoying the last dregs of summer. This time of year is hard for me, productivity-wise. I think I have extra time, as family commitments decrease and the days are longer, but in reality, I love to sit and think about what to write, but don’t actually get around to …

Changing it Up

Unless you’ve been able to successfully create a writing routine and habits to support it, focus and productivity can be a challenge. (For me, at least, but I know I’m not alone here.) Even very valid reasons can turn into excuses for not getting anything done. Yet when the golden moment comes where time is …