After a long weekend of teaching and dancing, my confidence is renewed.
After thinking very hard about what I want, and writing a business plan, here at last is my list of 2016 goals.
As we continue full speed ahead into 2016, I take a moment to look back and share my 2015 Retrospective.
At the end of the long month, I once again assess what I’ve learned from the writing challenge known as NaBloPoMo 2015 (and see if it differs from 2014).
As I quickly approach the end of NaBloPoMo, I’m perhaps a bit hard on myself for missing a big chunk of the challenge this year.
On this 15th day of NaBloPoMo, it’s difficult to find the right words.
This will be a rough NaBloPoMo, even though my head is swimming with ideas. Here’s a few of them.
With my final #NaBloPoMo post, I look back on some of the things I’ve learned over the past month.
Today’s NaBloPoMo prompt asks a deceptively difficult question: If you could permanently get rid of one worry, what would it be?
It’s a tricky question because it’s so easy to come up with answers. But one answer holds the key to many of the other problems…
I mentioned my friend Nicole Dieker the other day, a freelance journalist who developed her niche writing about finances for The Billfold and other publications. She asked me Thursday if I’d like to have a chat with her for her column. I of course happily agreed, though I wasn’t exactly what she was looking for at first.