Although I wanted to write for a living these past three decades, I pushed it away for years. I believed the myths about writing that are so pervasive.
The madness of the first half of the year has led to the perfect opportunity for writing this fall.
We braved the airports during COVID and stayed our first night in Bogachiel State Park.
I am finishing up a few writing pieces before we leave this week, as well as working on last-minute preparations for our trip to Olympic National Park in Washington State.
My boyfriend and I are planning a week in Olympic National Park. I'm writing about our experiences along the way. This post is about some of our preparations for the trip.
This past month, I found myself revisiting one of my lifelong pleasures more than usual - reading. I've always loved reading, but the older I've gotten, the less time I've dedicated to it.
In the last two months, my creativity has wilted. COVID has inched its way into my world, a garden pest that latches onto one part of my life and drains energy away from the other parts. Luckily, like many things in life, I've found that with a little extra attention, my creativity has begun to perk back up.
Upwork, like all job sites, has its pros and cons. In my experience, freelancers can make some quick cash through this platform, with project quality and pay depending on the individual client.
"As always, writing continues to be a source of comfort, a cure for boredom, something to look forward to, and a habit that remains necessary throughout all of 'this.'"
Journaling has always been a way for me to deal with my anxiety. I've included some tips for getting started journaling in this post.