Bartleby the Honey Badger is a Writer's Very Best Friend
Woo-Hoo! We made it! One full-ish week. 4 whole-ish blog posts by me lol. I've been reading and interacting with so many new blogs this week as well. I LOVE IT. I would be remiss if I didn't share those wonderful new people with you 🙂 The Spoonie Mummy Lilyotron Growing Kale Brian C. E.… Continue reading Blogtober 2019 Week 1 Wrap-up
Welcome to the first episode of Therapy Thought Thursdays... on a Friday! (If you need to know why, check out yesterday's post). Prologue I've been going to therapy for a few weeks now. Guys, this woman is amazing. I still have a lot of progress I need to make, but even in this short time… Continue reading Letting Go of Unnecessary Responsibility – Part 1
I was about to sit down and write a post about How To Tell What Is and Isn't Your Responsibility as part of a series I was going to call, "Therapy Thoughts Thursday But today has been a DAY. It's after 11 pm. My three year old just fell asleep. As I was wrapping up… Continue reading ::Mental Health Break::
I'll be the first to admit that I have trouble finishing a first draft. I'll be so honest as to admit I have NEVER finished a full first draft of a novel. But boy howdy, have I tried. And failed. And tried again. And again. And again. Until I ran from the idea of ever… Continue reading Conquering the Blank Page: Advice for Finishing a First Draft
What is Blogtober and the rules I made for myself in order to blog to the best of my abilities.
We've all been there. New parents show up at work or a social event after a few weeks absence. They have bags under their eyes, clothes with vigorously wiped off spit-up stains, and a gleam in their eyes, desperate for true adult conversation. Co-workers and friends ask what it's like with a newborn. "It's great,"… Continue reading Having a dog IS like having a baby. Here’s why (and why not)