It could be that it’s because I have to go back to work on Monday, but I’m not in much of a writin’ mood these days. Though, I did finish a short story I’m cleaning up and that’s good. And I’m not in the angsty spot I was at this time last year. For example,… Continue reading brief hiatus.
Day 9: Words of wisdom. I don’t really feel like writing a whole lot today. So since I spend quite a bit of time on Pinterest pinning quote memes, I’m going to let other people do my work for me today. (The writing challenge is for me to write about words of wisdom that speak… Continue reading wisdom.
Am I off on my numbering of writing challenge days? For some reason I think I’m off. Yesterday’s music post was supposed to be Day 7. Today’s is Day 8: Write about something you struggle with. Oh hahahaha (mirthful laughter). ‘Cause I think I’ve done a really thorough job here outlining and with great detail all… Continue reading muggle’s struggles.
Writing Challenge, Day 6: Ten Songs I Love Right Now. I usually have music on in the background of my life, and I’ve long said I really think it’s unfair the Universe didn’t create us to have background music playing wherever we go so we always have a feeling we’re in the middle of a… Continue reading sing a little song.
Want to win my heart forever? Day 5 of my self-imposed 30 Day Writing Challenge is: Five Ways to Win My Heart. Clue: it’s actually not that hard. My biggest red flag/warning sign is that I’m extremely high maintenance when it comes to managing me emotionally because when I feel a feel, I mean seriously:… Continue reading heart wins.
Day 5: Write about five places you want to visit. JUST five?! I have so many. Basically, I want to go to places that are way older and far more exotic than America. I realize, to some people in some of these other places, America and Americans may seem very exotic. It is not, we… Continue reading road trip!
Day 4: Write about someone who inspires you. I could spend this whole entry talking about my love of Liz Gilbert, my writer hero, or Jason Isaacs, my storyteller hero, or Adele or Damien Rice, who are my singer/songwriter heroes, or Amanda Palmer, who’s my feminist/artist/open-hearted person hero, or my dear friend Carol I., who’s… Continue reading be your own hero.