It's Day 11 of National Novel Writing Month. If you're like me you are slowly watching the gap between the words written and words that should be written graph on your NaNoWriMo home page grow. It's not that I'm not writing. It's that I'm not getting as many words as I need. I'm still happy… Continue reading I’m Failing NaNoWriMo & Happy- You Should be too.
I really enjoy coming up with witty titles for my blog posts. It's fun. Part of me (the stubborn part) doesn't want to change. But one of my good writing pals pointed out the wisdom of key words the other day. She even backed it up with this fascinating and fear producing article. Have I… Continue reading Don’t Say It That Way!
"Find a group of people who challenge and inspire you, spend a lot of time with them, and it will change your life." – Amy Poehler After a whirlwind of excitement last week, which you can read about HERE, I've come to the full realization that I now have an even bigger team on my… Continue reading Teamwork
I had admiral goals when I stated to my critique partner that I wanted to expand my vocabulary. The issue was in execution. Read the dictionary, was the first thing we thought of. Then realized that retention of those words would be dismal. We'd have to create an exercise to make the words become organic… Continue reading Expanding Vocabulary Or Not…
Is it just me or is it hard to find a Valentine's Day card that says just the right thing? Maybe I'm too picky or weird. But there is no way I'm looking through dozens of cards to find the perfect one this year. So instead, I've decided to make my own card and words.… Continue reading DIY Valentines Day Cards
Ancient script brings a whole new level to the term hand lettering. These letters are literally chiseled out of marble and still around today. Talk about longevity of work. Traveling around Rome I took pictures of as many samples of ancient text I could find. Here are a few from the coliseum, forum, museums, and… Continue reading Times OLD Roman