It's been so long since I've written here that my blogging joints feel stiff and creaky. To stretch my blogging muscles, I've signed up to receive a blogging prompt each day for 20 days from Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration, a WordPress.com Blogging U e-course. Even though I coach and teach others how to blog, it … Continue reading I Blog Because . . .
I've compiled 10 tips for us about how to make time to write and create. Be sure to click on the links to the posts for more juicy tips! Wake up earlier (Create time to change your life via Zen Habits) Know when you work best (How to create time for your passion project via … Continue reading 10 ways to make time to write and create
I recently heard someone say that they felt called to write, but were too afraid to start. There are lots of reasons writing can feel scary, but the big one is fear of failure. Even though it's kind of hip right now to talk about the "benefits of failure," let's be real, failure is not … Continue reading One tool to help you move through writer’s block
One way to sustain your journey towards your big vision for your work in the world is to take time for reflection. If you like to write in a journal, like I do, you can make a special notebook just for your Big Vision reflections. All you need is some old magazines, a notebook, scissors, … Continue reading How to make a big vision journal + 7 writing prompts for your fall reflections
August 19th will be my 46th birthday and my 10-year blogging anniversary. When I first started my blog, Have Fun, Do Good, blogs were the kings of social media. And then YouTube, Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Snapchat, Vine, etc. came along, and our attention spans dropped from 12 seconds to 8 seconds (less than a … Continue reading Why I’m still writing on my blog after ten years