Because you will choose how you define 2020 and your life.
Last week was an interesting one. On many levels. Firstly, I signed up for lifetime access to a bunch of learning materials for writers. I have only had a chance to watch part of the "Fear" videos -- what, me? Fear? OMG, yes, I do have some! -- and in that time I've already doubled … Continue reading Joyful
It was suggested to me last week that one of the reasons I might have been feeling so tired was because of the weather. I forget how cloudy days have such an effect. I made it a point to let more sunlight into my office and that certainly did help. I also reminded myself that … Continue reading Progress – February 4, 2019
Good news: I didn't get sick. The OnGuard and Wellness Formula did the trick once again. Knock on wood that it continues. Yet, it was pointed out that I may have been what some may call "a little preachy" about my stance on health and wellness. What? No cigarettes? No alcohol? How can a person … Continue reading Tough and thriving
I heard several profound things at Anime Oasis in Boise, Idaho, last week. One panel I attended was on cosplay characterization. Now, cosplay is not something I do though my son loves to dress up in costume (also different than true cosplay where you not only look like the character but act as them too). … Continue reading The energy must give you permission
Okay, I'm actually a day behind here. More below. Fiction words written last week: 4,431 words Blogs/Newsletter articles/non-fiction written: 1,054 words Writing month to date total: July finished with 39,212 words, August is currently at 4,018 words Writing year to date total: 230,447 words. Drawing/painting last week: 0 square inches and no sketching either Audio: I spent 5 … Continue reading Progress – 08/07/17
Sometimes the creativity flows and sometimes it doesn't. Learning to move out of your own way and just let things flow can be hard at times. I'm facing that with my book right now. I know this story inside and out, but writing it is a challenge at the moment. I keep having to stop … Continue reading Allow