Hello, June

Can't believe we're halfway through 2019!! Did you have a 'word' for 2019? Mine was intentional - to live 2019 with purpose and to living my best life. Some days it doesn't feel like I'm being very intentional. Some days it feels like I'm circling the drain but I'm trying to make the most of... Continue Reading →

5 Ways to Bridge the Creativity Gap

As writers, we get excited about new story ideas. We have spreadsheets, computer files aptly named 'Idea Catcher', a plethora of notebooks filled with ideas, colour-coded text, scribbles and sticky notes. We fight the urge to start drafting right away. Sometimes we cave and pound out a few paragraphs before holding off to commit to... Continue Reading →

My 2019 Writing Goals

Hello 2019, After wiping out on my 2018 writing resolutions I decided to refer to my plans not as resolutions but as creative goals. Do you have a word for 2019? My word for 2019 is intentional. I plan to be purposeful and deliberate when it comes to my writing. Time and space are a writer's most... Continue Reading →

A Writer’s Blog: One Year Later

I celebrated my one year blogging anniversary this month. This is a story best told in GIFs... December 2017 I tell myself..."Self, you should start a blog". Yes, another one. How many blogs have I ditched? I want to a published author one day, so why not share the writing journey. Maybe my experience can... Continue Reading →

The Danger of a Single Writing Project

How many writing projects are you currently working on? As creatives, we all experience burnout at some point. Whether we have simply taken on too much, set unrealistic expectations, or in my case become overwhelmed (more like obsessed) with a particular writing project, I've found that incorporating other writing projects (crazy as this sounds) has... Continue Reading →

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