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Make keywords from your past work for you.

Curse of the Keywords Past

Keywords that I used in the beginning of my journey continue to haunt my website today. The year that I launched my first blog, I had no idea what I was doing or what direction I was going. I knew that I wanted to write, and so I wrote. Surfing around the internet led me […]

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Adjustments allow you to dodge bullets.

Learning to Adjust to Life

Boxes of stuff fill my office, front porch and back porch crying out to be put away. Dirty piles of laundry cover the living room floor demanding to be washed. Used dishes overflow the sink screaming to be cleaned just so they can be used again in the next round of cooking. You have to […]

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Find the key for writing success.

One Key to Writing Success

One of the keys to the universe of success revealed itself to me today. I discovered that if I want to get some writing done then I will have to take time out of my day to write. I hear what you are all saying, “You want to be a writer and you did not […]

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Find your way to purpose.

Starting the Journey to Purpose

Words come naturally to me. I can sit in a crowded room and pour out paragraph after paragraph – and some of it might even make sense. List it under the category of “you are not normal” because I am beginning to realize what a gift it is. I sat at my table talking with […]

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Learn More to Write More

Writing to Know More

“Write what you know.” That directive has come at me from a number of different directions. My children will tell you that I know everything (and my husband will agree that I often live in that deluded state). I think that the experts teaching the point would say that I should write about family, rural […]

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Getting More with the NaNoWriMo Challenge

Getting More with the NaNoWriMo Challenge

Creating a novel in a month should be a month, but I found that I am getting more with the NaNoWriMo challenge than just words in my computer. Pushing myself beyond my ordinary and expected, making new connections (and strengthening others), and even learning new ways to balance it all are just some of the […]

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