Category Archives: Life-Writing Balance

I’m ruining my children; I’m not alone

Every once in a while I have to step out of the write-life, micro-farming, foodie-being, book-hoarding, and talk about my life as a mother. I wrote the below in another forum. A month away from it, I’m calmer (I started … Continue reading

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Update: A Safe Place for Bean

Today’s Fun Brought To You By You! Good news! We’ve purchased the trailer. It’s adorable! It’s really clean and well-maintained for its age. Best of all, it’s just the right size to implement our mission of partial participation towards adult … Continue reading

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Update: A Safe Place for Bean

It would appear that my family and me have some folks to help us paddle. As I told you just a mere 10 days ago, we’re in the midst of reaching out for help to assist our Autistic son in … Continue reading

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A Safe Place for Bean

I just posted this article on my Facebook regarding the 10 Life Lessons learned from a Navy Seal. There’s some good stuff in there. I’m particularly enamored with Life Lesson #2:  If you want to change the world, find someone … Continue reading

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My top 10 tips for surviving the freelance life

In a couple of weeks, I will have lived the full-time freelance writing life for three years. Three years. I don’t know where the time goes, seriously. I thought, therefore, I should probably share the things that I learned over … Continue reading

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