writing

Turning 32

Today is my birthday. Another year of my life has gone by and now I can take the time to reflect on all that has happened. If I had to put a label on 31-years-old before I file it away, I think I would label it the year of spiritual growth, for sure. I have seen God work so many wonderful things in and through my life I have to sit back in awe for a minute and soak it all in.

writing

When Life Gets in the Way of Writing

I haven't been keeping up with my blogging as well as I want to. By the title I'm sure you can guess, life is getting in the way of my writing. I'm no expert on how to handle this, but I thought it might make me feel better to write it out a little bit and maybe during this process I'll come up with a good way to keep writing even though I am overwhelmed with everything else going on in my life right now. So, here's what's going on:

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New Release: “This Is Me: A Guided Journal to Self-Discovery” is Live on Amazon!

Family History: Small family tree, Heritage Chart, Family History Map, Family Heirloom Record, Family Military History, Family Descriptions, and Family Medical History.
Childhood: birth to 5th grade: Memories, friends, things learned, Influential Discussions.
Middle School: 6th-8th grade: Memories, friends, discussions, things learned.
High School: 9th-12th grade: Memories, friends, romantic relationships, relationship insights, things learned, family memories.
Young Adult: 18-29 years old: Memories, friends, romantic relationships, relationship insights, things learned, family memories, advice and lessons.
Right Now: Who are you now? Friendships, love life, parenting
About the author and journal

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Recent Release: “This Is Me”: A Guided Journal to Self-Discovery

I completed the interior and exterior designs of my latest non-fiction release titled "This Is Me" A Guided Journal to Self-Discovery. Right now it is under review, but I would love your feedback on the project before it is published.

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Minimalism Author: The Plan

I'm sure you've all heard that Tiny Houses are the new craze. People are tossing out their old lives, along with most their things, in exchange for a simpler way of life. At first, I thought "No way could I do that! I have a daughter. We need our space." But I read an article "The Two Ways to Make a Living as an Author". Of course, I was hooked by the title alone. I'm an author! What I didn't know was that the article was all about living as a minimalist and how it can change your life so that writing isn't just a hobby anymore, but a career. The key to achieving this dream?