In writing, the more you plan and the clearer your process, the better it will go. This is true for part-time or amateur or hobbyist writers, not just for the pros. Here are the best ways to structure your writing practice to make it more successful and enjoyable
After nearly 20 years of writing professionally, I’ve faced many mental blocks to getting BIC (butt in chair) and pen to paper. Procrastination can take many forms. My favourite? Over-researching to avoid getting started. In this post, I’m sharing the biggest mindset struggles that keep peeps from writing.
After a year like 2020, it’s hard to find the words to share your success story without coming across as braggy or insincere. Here’s how to share your wild successes tactfully online.
While I’ve swung between the poles of exhilaration and despair many times since March. As the shock of pandemic living and surreal holiday-ish vibes of the first lockdown shifted to a Groundhog Day-esque months-long slog—I’m looking back on this year and ahead to the next with a fresh perspective. And you should, too.