“I’m a fall girl.” I have said this several times when the weather topic pops up in conversation. Many people think I am talking about the temperature or the increase in rainfall. But for me, fall means creativity unleashed. I felt the inspiration flood gates open on October 1. Summer, with travel plans and lazy …
What would happen if I dissolved my time soakers? The things that keep me busy, but don’t fill me with a personal sense of purpose?
Perhaps it is time to find out.
The line between what you can’t do and what you can is cleverly disguised as the starting line. Take the first step, even if it is making up a recipe for fridge jam.
“How do you protect your creative time?” The creative universe has a habit of sending me the message I need right when I need it. The subject line of the email regarding the latest blog post on TheWriteLife.com on that fateful day was no different. “Busted,” I thought to myself. The article, “How to Discover …
I have passed the halfway mark on a month-long experiment to eliminate meat from my diet. It isn’t for economical, health or humane reasons. No. The inspiration comes from a three-day music festival and a French mathematician who died in a duel in 1832.
Make 2016 a year of wins! Every time you have a “win,” big or small, write it down and put it in a jar, box, bowl or container. Next New Year’s Eve, open the jar and see all of the wonderful things you accomplished and end your 2016 on a positive note.