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.
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:
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
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.
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?