Get you a friend as committed as you are. I say that lightly, but sincerely I know that's not an easy thing to come by. But let me tell you: If you do, you become catalysts for each other.
But in juggling all the things, I’ve learned a few tips I thought I’d pass along. If you feel like you’re bombing your resolutions, it’s okay. Let’s reset. Let’s take another month to figure it out, and I won’t tell anybody. Here’s my step by step process to prioritizing. I did it back when I got serious about my writing, and routinely I’ve re-evaluated and adjusted from there. It might help you.
At first: Don't make it perfect. Make it wild. Make it experimental. Make it fun. Make it imaginative. Make it risky. Make it yours. Perfect can come later. For now, just make it. ~~~ Hey yo, I post creative & dreamerly tips like this on my Patreon. If ya need a burst of inspiration,… Continue reading Tip for Creating: Don’t make it perfect
My Patreon is for two types of people. 1. Do you believe in my dream? If you've been following me awhile, maybe you've bought in wholeheartedly to what I'm doing. Maybe when you say you believe in me, you actually believe in me. If that's you: Do you believe in my dream, like that my… Continue reading Creative coaching for just $2/month
My writerly dreams battle against lovable nuisances like a day job (Cha-ching$$$$), family & friends, self-care, and of course household chores. And I have found three strategies that keep me writing even amidst ALL THE THINGS that will squeeze their way into my calendar. I am beyond THRILLED to be featured on Ksenia Anske's blog.… Continue reading 3 practical strategies that keep me hustling
I would love to hear a feminist analysis of this, but I don't think I'm studied enough in feminist theory to do it justice. But the themes of this tale are still true of all us dreamers. Here I continue my analysis of the story of two queens and how their dreams correlate with us… Continue reading Pirate queens get a happily ever after too