You know at night, when you're trying to sleep, but your brain has all these thoughts swimming around? I usually hate that. But last night, I loved it. Because I had a midnight epiphany to give away THREE free coaching sessions in order to help YOU make a plan, bust through a mindset block, or … Continue reading Get a FREE Coaching Session!
Photo by Randalyn Hill on Unsplash I wanted you to make sure you heard: Enrollment for my creative mentorship program Passion Pacers is OPEN! Passion Pacers is a monthly online community of creatives and dreamers prioritizing their deep-down dreams and balancing their creative work with the rest of their busy lives. Does this sound like … Continue reading Work on Your Passion Project at Your Pace
We've had a rough year, y'all. Many of us have had a rough several years. Some of us have been doing the "Just one more hectic week and then things will calm down" since high school. It's just part of life...right? WRONG. We've all been struggling, especially as the pandemic continues and the new normal … Continue reading PODCAST: Run Like Hell Toward Happy helps you achieve your deep-down dream without burnout
Image ID: A black notebook with red writing that says "Write Ideas" with two overlapping speech bubbles. Next to the notebook is a wooden pencil. The notebook and pencil are on top of a dark stained wooden surface with slats. Photo by Aaron Burden on Unsplash My relationship with my creativity has had its ups and downs. I've … Continue reading How to Combat a Creative Scarcity Mindset
Hello readers! I recently recorded a Meet the Author talk at a local library. It was so much fun and I loved being able to add a little more about current events that obviously weren't covered in the book that was published a little over a year ago. You can watch the video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TCjBlzc7PA … Continue reading [Transcript] Lakewood Public Library Author Talk: The Gaslighting of the Millennial Generation
When I'm so happy and satisfied and moved and full of love about something or someone, I make art about it. I write poetry or love letters. I paint. I create little cartoon portraits on internet apps. As children and still as adults, long afternoons and evenings were spent with my brother and sister, reaching … Continue reading When Art is Your Love Language
1. Is this criticism true?
2. Is this criticism something I need to change to improve myself or my work?
3. Can I use this experience to learn something?
What would be possible if you stayed here a little while longer and gave it more of your focus?
I aspire to be a person who goes to sleep with zero unread emails every day. It doesn’t always happen that way, because I’ll end up saving something as a to-do and then before you know it, that little red bubble on my phone says I’m slowly piling up emails again. But I need these. … Continue reading How I Check My Email to Be a Better Writer
Part of being a good writer is being a good reader After what can only be described as voracious reading of fiction and fantasy as a child, I lost reading for pleasure as an adult and switched only to “productive” reading. Self help. Motivation. Business building. Personal development. After several years, I let myself read … Continue reading The 9 Books That Defined My 2019