Certain neurological conditions aside, we each of us have an instinct for social survival that helps us plenty in at least worrying about those relationships immediately on our radar. We worry about being too much of one thing and not enough of another. We worry about what other people are thinking because mind-reading isn’t actually…… Continue reading You Should Give Just As Much or More Energy to Your Own Healing As You Do to Others’
A lot of their struggling had to do with figuring out the best way to do things for them, you need to focus on the best way to do things for you. One way or another, I have always wanted to be a mom. At times I stated it proudly, at times I denied it…… Continue reading You Don’t Have to Repeat Your Hero’s Struggle to Emulate Their Journey
Meet me on Instagram and let’s hold each other accountable with all the things. I’ve always had trouble getting things done. On accident, I discovered in high school (and a little in college) that the inherent accountability of study hall was extremely helpful. A designated time of day/week where people gather to get things done?…… Continue reading Morning Writing. Afternoon Homemaking.
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It felt like a poem when I wrote the words and so I will put it to the test. The world being round, continents can only drift so far apart before they must drift back towards each other, and — however slowly that eventuality takes — the resulting reunion is more than enough to both…… Continue reading Might This Instagram Post Be a Poem?
Include an expert on the topic in the actual discussion. Fail, failure, and failing are words that naturally cause my ears to perk up given that was heretofore the general theme of my academic career. I don’t know if I should call myself an expert in the field, but given my experience I do feel very comfortable…… Continue reading Rule Number One on Discussing Failure
Because I write “a little of everything” and I want to know what I actually mean by that. Poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. These are my options as I get myself squared away to apply for grad school. I’m leaning toward poetry, but I want to be sure I’m really truly making the best choice for…… Continue reading 5 Years of Writing and Publishing in 3 Documents