I write a lot about how I am becoming a minimalist, but not why. So...here goes. In 2007, my body seemed to be falling apart. Eventually the doctor told me why: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. The factor in my blood was off the charts. I thought if you could put a name to it, you could … Continue reading Giving Up, Getting Back
I write steadily, but I’m not the fastest. My best record ever is 11,000 words in about six and a half hours. That was during NaNoWriMo, so there was incentive to move. (Half price Scrivener mainly.) I was in that state experts call “flow.” To see more, here is an article by Kendra Cherry at Psychology … Continue reading Flowing By
A friend of mine wants me to pitch. I have never done this before. March brings the day of reckoning. I've been online looking around for examples. Another friend helped me out by sending me this great article by Chuck Sambuchino on Writer's Digest. I'll be honest. This is supposed to be a great opportunity, … Continue reading Perfect Pitch?
Maybe it's the weather and I want to hibernate. Getting started seems tougher lately. I still have things to pack up and donate. Forms arriving in my mailbox remind me that I have to go file my taxes.... Taxes remind me of other things to tackle. Documents to fill out, emails to send, and bills … Continue reading Unfinished Business