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.
I may be slow getting into the new year, but I’m finally breaking into the guest posting game with a post about using color to express myself.
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’m following NaBloPoMo’s prompt from yesterday and thinking about whether I am a professional blogger, and what exactly that means. It certainly differs from my previous life in academia… a little.
Today’s #NaBloPoMo prompt is about developing your voice as a writer, and whether you feel you’ve done so. Those are fine questions to consider, so let’s take a look, shall we?