I have a confession to make: I often fall into the trap of believing I have to do "all of the things." You know, the things that I'm good at doing, the things that will grow my business, the things related to marketing and creating. I want to connect with my readers and followers, rebuild … Continue reading No, You Don’t Need To Do “All The Things,”
Hi everyone! As you likely could tell, I took my break a tad early this past week. Such is life when deadlines are approaching! I will be back on Sept 29 with a calendar of fun posts celebrating the release of Quiet Kids. Speaking of, I have a new cover that I wanted to share, … Continue reading It’s Break Time!
It's interesting that this post is late getting posted, especially given the topic of creativity. See, I have a very creative approach to life. And like many creative-types, especially those of us who are both creative and gifted (two things that very frequently go hand-in-hand), my intensities have a way of running amok when I … Continue reading The Creative Soul
Emotional Intensity is a daily experience. Questioning my sanity and normalcy is a recurrent question. There is the need to blend in. Survival requires developing the ability to deliberately detach. Yet the moments of ecstasy, even relative to little things is marvelous. I do treasure quiet times. Walks in nature even urban trails is moderating … Continue reading Emotional Intensity – It’s a New Day
Happy Monday everyone! About a month ago I posted about balance and my grand plan for squeezing in writing time, social networking time, and finishing all the projects on the to-do list. If you didn't read it, click here. One of the commenters asked me to come back in a month or so and report my … Continue reading Wherein I Confess My Failure at Balance
Hi all - Looks like I have been burning the candle on both ends of late. So, time to pull back and recharge. I will be unplugging for a week or so while I get myself back in balance. See you on the other side! Oh!!! But before you go - if you have not … Continue reading Unplugged…
The key to keeping your balance, is knowing when you've lost it! - Anonymous