For the past two weeks I've been in a cleaning frenzy.
Getting back into the grind of writing is difficult for me when I've traveled somewhere that has put my emotional headspace to different use.
I joined a weekly writing group, and it was the best decision I've made all year.
I want 2019 to be a year of greatness. I am committing to 10 resolutions that I want to do no matter where I am or how my schedule changes.
New Year's Eve is around the corner and that means New Year's resolutions are flying through the air left and right. What makes a goal good? What makes a resolution doable? Here are my 5 tips to making the best resolutions. DON'T BE VAGUE. Vague resolutions are WRONG because it's impossible to have a tangible …
Fear is a real part of my life. A real emotion I feel every day. And with the new year coming up, I've started thinking about the direction I want my life to go and how to get there.
Writing is similar to exercising. Your mental strength and stubbornness is more important than your physical capability. What you believe you can do dictates what you'll accomplish.
Writing is hard. It's especially hard to write when it's the fifth, or fifteenth, or fifty-sixth day in a row where you wake up and don't do it. How do I convince myself to write so often? Here's what I do.
I am not a morning person. Mornings are a nice concept, but I don't have to experience them to know they happen. When I started writing, I realized that mornings were a huge part of my day.
Today is a big day. I finished my first book. As I look over the book in front of me, I can’t help but think of the first story I ever wrote.