Once again its time to review the month and share the things which stood out most for me. February has flown by, but I’m pretty sure that’s just a combination of stress and old age. Between the doctors’ follow-up visits for Jay and the pressure of the impending move, my hair stylist is going to earn her pay coloring my hair at the end of the month.Continue reading
60 days ago, I began writing on purpose, every day for at least 7 minutes. The value of repetition when trying to improve any new skill has been a recurring theme in my reading. I decided that my next step as a “real writer” was to cultivate a writing habit.Continue reading
As the month of May winds down, once again I’m joining Heather Gerwing and her Share Four Somethings link-up.
Revelation Wellness workouts – specifically the workouts-of-the-day (WOD) from their Warrior Challenge. I enjoy the RevWell workout podcasts and signed up for this free 7-day challenge because my workout routine became stale. I started to skip my lunchtime activities, instead of going to fast food restaurants with free Wi-Fi to eat and tinker on my website.Continue reading
Thanks to my local-adjacent library, I had the opportunity simultaneously to pursue my loves of writing and Appalachia. The Foothills Voices writing project, hosted by the Blount County library, not only facilitated the first (and only to date) story I’ve published but also taught me research skills I can use for future works.Continue reading