I didn’t know I’d be a writer when I grew up, but I knew I’d never give up writing. [Story time]

I wasn’t the best English student in high school. I simply wasn’t. I was more interested in theatre and making up my own stories in my head. I wasn’t part of journalism, and it honestly didn’t interest me. I was a weird kid, and I’m still pretty weird today. I was the kid who turned […]

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Taking care of yourself ensures you’ll be in the right place care for your business.

I saw an Instagram post some time ago that said something to the effect of “self-care isn’t ridiculous when you’re the CEO, the coffee/errand girl, and everything in between”. Obviously taking breaks when you’re stressed and overtired can be wonderful when trying to start up a business. It may not seem like you have the […]

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50 Word Friday #17: Submission

Sweaty fingers hover anxiously over computer keys. The harried writer rereads the work yet again. Is she within the word count? Are the font, line spacing, and header as requested? Better check that one sentence to make sure it isn’t a comma splice. Ready? Ready as she’ll ever be. Submit.

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5 Rambling Writer’s Thoughts

It’s seriously 2 AM and I’m just getting around to writing this. This is what happens when I have zero concentration during the daytime… Below are five mini-epiphanies that I stumbled upon during my past week of writing. Sometimes I have these same thoughts multiple times during the week, or I’ll have these same thoughts multiple […]

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How Many Words A Day Keeps the Stress Away?

Heads up, because if you don’t want a ticket to the stress symposium you might want to tune out this week’s blog. For those who are close to me, and I’m sure some of you have figured it out too, I tend to stress myself out. My work days are usually accompanied by at least one […]

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50 Word Friday #11: Deilberate

Each word I select has been carefully picked to align with its partners to evoke the purest emotions possible. A game with both reader and author. Truly, I edited the previous sentence numerous times before I was content. Sometimes I wonder how thin the line is between deliberation and obsession.

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In Praise of a Schedule

We are finally settled!!! I cannot tell you how good it feels to be back to a normal rhythm. I do not do well without a schedule, and the time spent back home was doubly difficult when trying to work because I didn’t have a schedule, but I also wanted to spend as much time […]

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