Some of you may be participating in our 100 Day Book program, writing your first novel on your own, or kicking around the idea of starting that manuscript. Writing your first novel is hard. It’s a struggle. It’s a learning process. And it’s often autobiographical, even if you don’t intend it to be. And that’s okay. … [Read more...] about Writing Your First Novel: How to Fix an (Accidentally) Autobiographical Novel
While lockdowns were supposed to be temporary -- initially merely a couple of weeks to “flatten the curve” -- nine months into the COVID-1 9 pandemic, there’s still no end in vision. Thanksgiving was canceled in many parts of the U.S ., and many government leaders are now recommending residents to cancel their Christmas … [Read more...] about A Year Without Santa Claus?
What are you thinking about right now..this very time in time? Do you often feel overwhelmed? Burnt Out? Are you taking anti-depressants because you can't cope? Sleeping tablets because you lay awake at night stressed out of your mind. If you are a Mother .. this might be typical of what is whizzing around in your brain space right now :P … [Read more...] about Mental Load: Why Women Are So Exhausted and Men Don’t Help
I’ve lived in this world of “probably” for the last 19 years. “He’s probably ok.”“He can probably get through the day safely.”“He’s probably going to go low.”“He’s probably going to need extra insulin.”“That’s probably enough food.”And every … [Read more...] about A life of “probably”