4 Keys to Success in the New Year

In a previous post, I wrote about wrapping up this year so we can move on and continue building on our successes next year. I discussed how I do this, in hopes it would be helpful to you. There are other things I found I needed to do this past Continue Reading

Are You a NaNoWriMo Rebel?

I’ve been doing some reading on the NaNoWriMo site, even though I’m not planning to join the fun this year. Why? Because I’m curious. About what? Their official stance on writing nonfiction rather than fiction for the challenge. You see, I’ve been toying with the idea of using the challenge Continue Reading

I’ve Made Mistakes

We all have, right? We think we know exactly what is needed in order to get things done, then realize what we thought we knew isn’t going to work. Something didn’t happen, or we misunderstood things. Whatever the cause, something did not work out as planned. This is fine. I Continue Reading

Are You Worried About Messing Up?

So was I. Trying to learn all I could about each step in the publishing process was how I dealt with this worry. But, you know what? I still have stuff to learn. After publishing 8 ebooks this year, I’m still learning. Why am I telling you this? So you’ll Continue Reading

Review: Rock Your To-Do List: Get to Your Biggest Goals Faster, With Less Stress, in Only 15 Minutes a Day

By Lain Ehmann, MPA Kindle Price: .99 for a limited time. Read on KindleUnlimited for FREE. (80 pages) I received a review copy of this book from Lain, a life and business coach, and was so excited to be reading about a different way to rock my to-do list! I’m Continue Reading

What does the New Year Symbolize?

I scheduled this article for earlier in the month, but I wanted to think about the subject a bit more before writing. To think about what this year really means for me, and what it might mean for others. You learn things over time. Like, what is truly important to Continue Reading

Last Year was a Year of…

For me, last year was one of simplification. I simplified processes, winnowed out unnecessary belongings and steps, and tried to live more in the moment. It was also a year of revelations and reevaluation, learning more about myself and what I want in my life. What is important, and what Continue Reading