#InstaWrimo Day 5: What’s in Your Creative Backpack?

{Affiliate links in text – thanks for supporting my blog!} In my creative backpack:   {Image taken & edited with my iPhone S in the basic Instagram Application} Day 5 inspiration comes from my notebook stack. Notebooks? Yes!! Leuchtturm 1917, Travelers Journals, and Arc. And this? Just the tip of the iceberg, baby 📚 Handwriting is my preferred form of writing – the flow I … Continue reading #InstaWrimo Day 5: What’s in Your Creative Backpack?

#InstaWrimo Day 4: What’s in Your Creative Backpack?

{Affiliate links in text – thanks for supporting my blog!} In my creative backpack:   {Image taken & edited with my iPhone S in the basic Instagram Application} Day 4 inspiration comes from my bookstack as today we are posting our current read. My current read is from my 2018 Recycled Reads list, The Girl Who Loved Tom Gordon by Stephen King. My mother, a … Continue reading #InstaWrimo Day 4: What’s in Your Creative Backpack?

#InstaWrimo Day 3: What’s in Your Creative Backpack?

{Affiliate links in text – thanks for supporting my blog!} In my creative backpack: {Image taken & edited with my iPhone S in the basic Instagram Application} Day 3 inspiration comes in the form of Laptop and Notebooks stickers. Stickers are my weakness; I love the artistry of everything from graphic words to Logos. In reflecting on these particular stickers, I see my favorite color, … Continue reading #InstaWrimo Day 3: What’s in Your Creative Backpack?

Autumn Writing Thoughts

  Autumn Had I a had a daughter, she most certainly would have been named Autumn. By extension, embracing my writer within, whom I am embracing with loving arms – Grace and Space – deserves to be that daughter I would have lavished lovingly with support, encouragement, and praise 🙂 So here’s to me as I keep on writing – lavishing myself lovingly with the … Continue reading Autumn Writing Thoughts

November 2017 Weekly Bullet Journal Spread

Keeping on top of homeschooling, traveling, blogging; being a mother, daughter, sister, wife, friend, mother, woman, blogger….. am a bit obsessive about planning. Getting all the dots lined up, all the items checked off, is part of the process. This month I’m keeping track of my time and my habits with this weekly spread. I’d been bopping back and forth between my ending Happy Planner, … Continue reading November 2017 Weekly Bullet Journal Spread

NaNoWriMo 2017 – Word Count Shout Out!

I am knee-deep in my NaNoWriMo 2017 novel writing – when October comes to an end, I gear up and get ready to write my fingers off! I find the fluidity of writing on paper allows the words to flow more freely, but many of you fellow NaNoWriMo’ers find your groove on your laptops. Smithing words, constructing sentences, creating dialoug and drama, building tension, using … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017 – Word Count Shout Out!

NaNoWriMo 2017

NaNoWriMo 2017 has begun! I hand write my 50,000 + words for the annual November tradition, NaNoWriMo. Writing on average 1667 words per day, I’ll reach my goal by months end. Are you interested in joining me on this writing voyage? I’m considering opening my classroom to other writers for encouragement and support if there is interest! Please let me know in the comments if … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2017

100 Word Wednesday: Week 32

Image credit: Bikurgurl, 2017 Thank you for joining our awesome writing community who challenges themselves weekly as we weave together our 100 words! What 100 words would you give this image? Interested in joining us? Check out the guidelines below and ping back to be included in the Writing Wind-up! Let the writing begin! How to participate? A few guidelines as we begin…. Simply check … Continue reading 100 Word Wednesday: Week 32

NaNoWriMo 2016: Do You NaNoWriMo?

November 1-30. NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month – every November, we write! Every year we gear up for it. We print our booklets, we dream about the stories we want to write, then November 1 – we get started! NaNoWriMo! This is a challenge really of all ages. If you can communicate, you can participate! When my children were younger, I’d simply type the … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2016: Do You NaNoWriMo?