Tag Archives | writing abundance

The Carry-Along Book

This is going to be a short post today (I know what you're thinking–ha!  when has she ever managed to write a short post?) because, ta-da, my office furniture is assembled (thanks to my long-suffering husband) and I want to spend time moving myself back in. This is actually the very first post I've written […]

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Puttering

Monday night I arrived home from Nashville.  Tuesday morning I awoke with a to-do list a mile long.  Lots of it consisted of emails (sometimes I think my entire work life besides writing consists of emails) because honestly, one day away from the computer to fly home and the emails multiply like rabbits.  But there […]

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The Art of Connecting

Yesterday's blog post was about the fine art of being who you are.  I didn't really mean to write a follow-up post, but as is sometimes the case, yesterday's post caused a lot of comment and got a lot of traffic.  Which always makes me realize I've hit a nerve.  And makes me ponder more […]

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Be Who You Are

Here's the paradox: the more you are yourself, the more people will beat a path to your door.  And yet we all struggle, at one time or another to be ourselves.  Crazy, huh? I've been thinking and writing a lot about this lately.  I'm working on a new free guide to replace the current somewhat […]

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The Benefits of Retreating

I've been at a writing retreat all weekend.  It was at Scarritt Bennett, a center in the middle of the labyrinth that hosts programs on diversity, women's empowerment, and spirituality.  (That's a photo of the labyrinth at Scarritt Bennett to the right, though I focused more on the blooming Redbud and Dogwood trees when I […]

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Follies: Festive Friday 2

It's Friday again! This is going to be a brief post, because I am in Nashville.  However, I couldn't leave you to your weekend without another installment of festive Fridays, now, could I? In case you have forgotten, we're designing a crazy dance party for either you or your characters.  You can read the original […]

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Why Is It So Hard….

…for other people to figure out what it is that we writers do? Yesterday, a member of my family (who, for the record, I absolutely adore) was talking about people working, people who are retired, and me, about whom he said, "whatever it is that you do." I just laughed because I get this so […]

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