{Ramblings On} Why Successful Writers Need To Do More Than Write

Originally posted on A Writer's Path:
? ? by Belinda Williams Writing is about a hell of a lot more than just writing. When I started writing, I had a vague idea of what I was getting myself in for. With the release of my latest contemporary romance, The Pitch, later this month [May 2015], I’ve got a much clearer idea. It’s the third… Continue reading {Ramblings On} Why Successful Writers Need To Do More Than Write

{Ramblings On} Creative waves

Bravery living in your own truth…and writing your way through. I’m loving the brutal honesty — thank you for sharing, Robin! Robin T. Galt wrote on writing in Creative Waves….on her blog, RobinTGalt.com As I steel away the midnight, pre-dawn, hours, writing. I live my truth in the darkness, in the light…I’m working towards a goal. Slowly, patiently, with practice and persistence. Are you living … Continue reading {Ramblings On} Creative waves

{Ramblings On} Indus Valley Civilization

Originally posted on bedbug:
Excavated ruins of Mohenjo-daro with the Great Bath in the front The Indus Valley Civilization was arguably the most ancient Indigenous civilization. The civilization came into existence during the late Bronze Age(Around 3,500 B.C. and declined around 1,400 B.C.). The main chunk of the civilization was strategically located between two massive rivers, the Indus and the Saraswati. That is why, the civilization… Continue reading {Ramblings On} Indus Valley Civilization

{Ramblings On} Motivation Monday – Your Elusive Creative Genius by Elizabeth Gilbert

Source: Motivation Monday – Your Elusive Creative Genius by Elizabeth Gilbert I love this! She is so funny, blunt, and authentic. “I prefer to do this work that I love.” – Elizabeth Gilbert Yes. Indeed. I so agree.  Are you doing the work that you love? Disclosure of Material Connection: I have not received any compensation for writing this post. I have no material connection … Continue reading {Ramblings On} Motivation Monday – Your Elusive Creative Genius by Elizabeth Gilbert

{Ramblings On} Writers Residency in Seattle!

An amazing opportunity for someone who is published and may want to have a residency in Seattle writing in the historic Fremont Bridge! If I were *officially* published, I would totally apply for this gig. How fun would it be to sit in the tower and write with abandon? ❤ Writing Love ❤ For more information, just contact Writer/Poet Residency! Is writing your passion? How … Continue reading {Ramblings On} Writers Residency in Seattle!

{Ramblings On} 2016–Let’s Get to the Heart of the Matter

Image Credit: Jenny Penton, Planner PerfectSource: 2016–Let’s Get to the Heart of the Matter So excited to share another post with you — so many great bloggers!! This one is from one of my favorite bloggers, Jenny Penton, at Planner Perfect! She creates beautiful planners and has a wonderful e-book to help get your priorities organized and be a better you, accomplish your goals, be mentally … Continue reading {Ramblings On} 2016–Let’s Get to the Heart of the Matter

{Ramblings On} Homeschool resolutions

Inspiration: Homeschool resolutions by Kara Anderson at Quill and Camera – Yay! I love this post and love to re-read it every. stinking. year. As I clear the clutter, abandoned books and *teaching* materials from our office, I realize that I’ve also built in an actual break. A break from school, teaching, worrying about schooling and teaching — a real vacation for myself and for my family. … Continue reading {Ramblings On} Homeschool resolutions

{Ramblings On} Modern Mrs. Darcy: My favorite posts of 2015

Last week I shared the 10 most popular posts of 2015, as determined by pure numbers. Today I’m sharing my favorite posts of the year, and as you can see, that isn’t the same thing as “popular.” There is ZERO overlap between the two lists. These are the posts of 2015 that I Source: My favorite posts of 2015 Delighted! I am delighted that some of my favorite … Continue reading {Ramblings On} Modern Mrs. Darcy: My favorite posts of 2015

{Ramblings On} Kicking off the Holidays Window Shopping

From my good friend, Lana, who is always Hopping Around the World! Her latest adventure was to the Big Apple! Thank you for the simply fabulous blog on NYC Windows during the Thanksgiving Day Parade! The photography is fantastic! It’s almost like being there — SWOON! And no spoilers, but I’m LOVING the Star Wars windows — as I try to get to sleep knowing … Continue reading {Ramblings On} Kicking off the Holidays Window Shopping

{Ramblings On} 3 ways to make this Christmas easier, homeschool mama (but mostly a story)

  As I mentioned in the comments section of Kara’s blog post, 3 ways to make this Christmas easier. I am a creature of habit. I had my own traditions from youth; making The Elf part of my family tradition was not something I ever thought about. I would talk to friends and see on Myspace (yes, it’s been awhile!), Facebook, or even talk to them … Continue reading {Ramblings On} 3 ways to make this Christmas easier, homeschool mama (but mostly a story)