Ever so often, in the middle of a busy schedule, it is important to stop, let go of the stress and remember where to find the good things in life. (Like, for example, when rebooting one’s computer for the fourth time in an hour. That’s a good time to think of all the stories and fun games on said computer rather than thinking about where to find the nearest hammer or high window.) Continue reading
This week was a little frustrating because I totally failed at accomplishing my goals for the week, and when I did my end-of-month tally I was confronted by the fact that I also failed at my monthly goals. On one hand, this was because my day job picked up a little bit and I was reading a lot more helpful blog posts and working on my limited networking skills. So no time. On the other hand, I hate not finishing my to-do lists. Gah!
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It’s almost Christmas! Shopping is done, cookies are baked, presents are wrapped. (At least, hopefully all that’s done. If not somebody’s in trouble.) And hopefully all this writing I’ve got backlogged will be caught up on before tomorrow so the day can be enjoyed peacefully. Or maybe I’ll just write a Christmas story featuring my characters, which will either be fun and a good exercise, or painful and take forever.
Mostly I just wanted to wish people a merry Christmas! Hope you have a lovely holiday season!
I went to the library today and came home full of enthusiasm for writing and life in general. Sitting down almost immediately after to start writing this blog post, I made the connection that this is what usually happens after a library trip, whether I have an armful of books or not. And it’s not just what I get out of the reading, either. Made me curious to investigate. Continue reading