Monthly Archives: November 2010

Writing as Therapy

Sometimes I write to learn more about myself, to unleash hidden emotions buried deep within my psyche. November has been a trying month as I wrote at least 1000 words per day, and most days I wrote many more. Some … Continue reading

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Count Your Blessings

“Over the river and through the woods to Grandmother’s house we go. . . ” my children sang each year as we drove to my mom’s house for Thanksgiving. I spent this past weekend with my mom, sisters, nieces, and … Continue reading

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Re-evaluating Goals

Sometimes we take on more work then we can handle. I did this with the NaNoWriMo commitment for November (see October 31 post). Now I must decide: abandon the project or re-evaluate my writing goals for November.  Abandoning the project … Continue reading

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Balancing Writing with Family Life

Wednesday will be a milestone in my life: My older daughter turns 40, so I will officially enter the realm of old age. I’ll be another old fart rambling around in life, confused with the latest technology, unimpressed with celebrity … Continue reading

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