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30 Days of Thanksgiving: Day 9

I’m grateful for having had a whole bunch of Wednesdays in a row (almost in a row) with no one else’s agenda to cater to but mine. I have been self-employed for almost ten years. It took a minute, but I figured out my ideal life / write rhythms and made sure I put certain…
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30 Days of Thanksgiving: Days 7 & 8

Day 7: I’m grateful for the women in my life who consistently set examples of strength, courage, compassion, wisdom, humor, and perseverance, often without having any idea what incredible superstars they are. Whether they’re running businesses, households, departments, or classrooms, they’re running their lives according to their values and their choices. If I could change…
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30 Days of Thanksgiving: Days 5 & 6

Day 5: I’m grateful to have developed an appreciation for good wine over the past three years. I thought I didn’t like wine, but that’s because I hadn’t had a chance to learn what I like and what I don’t like, and why. Now I know, and life will never be the same. I love…
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30 Days of Thanksgiving: Day 4

I don’t know if “grateful” covers it. I just got hit hard in the heart by a song that brought back my cousin’s last look at me, the last time I believe she recognized me. Maybe she did, maybe she didn’t, but I know she heard me tell her I love her and felt the…
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30 Days of Thanksgiving: Day 3

Plans A-D. This is one my clients will understand, and I hope they get a good chuckle out of it. In the space of three days, my NaNoWriMo parallel project plans have run the full course from A to D. I’m so grateful for having developed this understanding in myself! I feel no shame, no…
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30 Days of Thanksgiving: Day 2

Cashews. I’m grateful that I can eat cashews. I’m munching on a handful of cashews right now. I feel so lucky, I could weep. I love nuts and seeds. They are my favorite snacks and garnishes. I did not eat nuts or seeds for a full year because they happen to be high in nickel,…
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Something to Help You Procrastinate

If you’re going to procrastinate anyway, you might as well do the exercise in this post. It’s a solid tool to get you back to writing. I’ve been staring at the screen for a good 10 minutes. Before that, I brushed my cat, read a couple of old blog posts, did some laundry, faffed around…
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Plan Something, Then Plan to Plan Again

When life ruins Plan A, make your peace with Plan B; all great stories have plot twists, including your writing adventure. In the spirit of doing something today that my future self will thank me for, I will spend every day in November figuring out the non-fiction book I want to write by piecing my…
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30 Days of Thanksgiving: Day 1

I’m grateful for simple pleasures today. Rain outside my window, warmth inside my room, and nowhere to be by a certain time. Cat, coffee, comfy chair. So lovely. Words to write, writers to text, text to read. So engaging. Peace with my children, peace with my mother, peace with my partner. So life-affirming. I appreciate…
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Something Short: A Story for a Prompt: Fragrant

Kayden nestles into the pillow, sleep drunk but eyes still open. He is intoxicated by the warm bath that lingers on his skin, worn out by the stack of bedtime books flung all about him on the blankets. He is wrapped in an aura of melting cozy baby humidity while stories about grumpy monkeys, wild…
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