You’re Invited to a Party! My Short Story Published in Chicken Soup
Creativity / Doing what you love / Playing in the Mud / Writing

You’re Invited to a Party! My Short Story Published in Chicken Soup

Hello, My Faithful Followers! My short story called “The Desk” is being debuted in the new Chicken Soup for the Soul: Angels and Miracles book, AVAILABLE TOMORROW, November 1, 2016, at a book store near you! (Or online, of course! Here–> at AMAZON) I’m beyond excited about being part of the Chicken Soup for the … Continue reading

Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS #2: Always Learning
Emotional Evolution & Spiritual Growth / Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS

Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS #2: Always Learning

[Reading Time:   2 minutes, 24  seconds  ] “If you think you’re done, you’re done.” True enough statement, right? Paid the bills? Check. Fed the dog? Check. Scheduled the appointment? Check. These are no-brainers. Black and white as coffee and milk. They are finite tasks, largely under your control. When you’re done, you truly are done. … Continue reading

Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS #1: Everything Changes
Acceptance / Adaptability / Adversity / Challenge / Change / Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS / Moving On / Staying Positive / Transition

Morning Coffee AFFIRMATIONS #1: Everything Changes

[Reading Time: 2 minutes, 36 seconds] Unless you’re stagnant and still—a mere concrete block in a sea of humans—change is inevitable. Everything changes. Nothing stays the same. Situations change, for better or worse. People change, for better or worse. Even people who insist they won’t change do, in fact, change. Even those we think will … Continue reading

BE the Flower; Attract the BEES
Authenticity / Blogging / Career Change / Playing in the Mud / Transition / Writing

BE the Flower; Attract the BEES

When nothing seems to be going on, stuff still happens. Hello, dear ones! My apologies for being absent, but I’ve been over my head with projects and commitments. I have been in the midst of taking three online classes, sinking my teeth into courses on grammar, editing, and technical writing. I’m really trying to pave … Continue reading