Category Archives: family

Writing on the Road

If you can’t be flexible, don’t be a writer. Deadlines. Emergency phone calls. And you’re on the road again! Sometimes there is just no choice. Family needs you. Deadlines won’t budge. So you do what you have to do. It … Continue reading

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The Writer’s Holiday Household

Because so many of us on the Holiday Writing Challenge are dealing with juggling our writing and multiple holiday events and jobs and families, I decided to run an older article today on “Household Have-To’s.” I think during the holidays … Continue reading

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Journal Through the Summer (Part 2)

(First read Journal Through the Summer–Part 1) Journaling has many purposes and uses–and here are some more! ********************* Journaling Dreams Journal through your summer by exploring your dreams and daydreams. Give yourself free rein to imagine the kind of life … Continue reading

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Journal Through the Summer

I’ve received a lot of email from writers and blog readers about the difficulties of writing during the summer. Kids and grandkids are home from school, vacations are taken, company arrives. Is there a way to keep writing, despite all … Continue reading

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Running on Adrenaline

Writing requires energy. Life requires energy! What fuel are you running on? Many people these days are frantically running from place to place, working too many hours, volunteering for too many projects, working nights and weekends (partly) because of a … Continue reading

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