MLB Postseason & World Series. Cooler Days. Warmer Coffee. What's not to love about October?
Today's blog post, is a follow up to the part one discussion of NaNoWriMo.
Today's blog is part one of a discussion about National Novel Writing Month. Wednesday's post will be about this years goals based off of what I have learned from the past three years of participating in NaNoWriMo.
Today's article will be a short list of who I enjoy following on YouTube. If you use YouTube as a entertainment source or as a learning tool, it can be useful for growing your brand, or who you are.
This fall, I've started to embrace change that has begun. The most ironic thing about change, is the resistance to change. At the beginning, the change we start to see unfold, becomes harder and harder to embrace. But this month, I have also had to play the waiting game on beginning my new life. Let's… Continue reading The Waiting Game & Change (NaNoWriMo edition).
These words are going towards my National Novel Writing Month word count goal. Luckily, these word will help me get over the 50K line. More about how I won next month! Earlier this year, I wrote a blog about being depressed around the winter season (read it here for reflection, if you'd like). While skimming… Continue reading Holiday Anxieties (NaNoWriMo edition).
I talk about some interesting traits about my personality, and these words are counting towards NaNoWriMo.
The backspace button is not an option for the next month and a half, as I prepare for my favorite and least favorite month of the year- National Novel Writing Month. AKA NaNoWriMo. I've read different arguments on why writers should or shouldn't participate in NaNoWriMo. Over the past two years, Novel Writing Month has… Continue reading Write Here, Write Now.
Originally, this blog was going to be about a different writing subject. I've already drafted that subject for later this week. Personally, I feel like I need to talk about something that some people try to avoid or even can't get around to talking about. The last blog I had written was at the beginning… Continue reading Seasonal Depression & Writing
September is here which means autumn leaves, pumpkin spice and College football. One of my favorite bloggers, Keria Lenox, does a monthly taking stock of what's going on in her life and posts it as a blog article. Please give her a follow- she writes fantastic articles about life, fashion and beauty! I am crediting… Continue reading 09.2017