March 2021 Bullet Journal Additions

I’m going to let you look, but I warn you… my bullet journal is ugly. The theme is somewhere between prison chic and ink splotch. If you are looking for pictures of the sun setting over mountains, this is the wrong place. I’m having trouble figuring out exactly where the five things idea came from.

Cleaning Out The Desk

This weekend, I did a nice long inventory of all the work I have in progress, going back to about 2019. It’s a good chunk. It’s also a very fragmented chunk. I have horrific write-to-type ratios (which we all knew) and even worse write to revise ratios. What I didn’t know is just how much

IWSG: The First Wednesday of the Month Attacks!

  The awesome co-hosts for the February 3 posting of the IWSG are Louise – Fundy Blue , Jennifer Lane, Mary Aalgaard, Patsy Collins at Womagwriter, and Nancy Gideon! I’m squeezing in just at the last moment this month. Believe it or not, I’ve been happily focused on all the things that I am getting

Blogging Friends and Strangers

Unexpected milestones. Gotta love ’em. You’re doing something you’ve never done, before, and suddenly, you realize… Hey, that was new. The moment your blog readers start talking to each other in the comments. The moment someone contacts you to ask if they can use one of your stories or posts or photos… The moment you

Life With My Friends: A Sale, a Podcast, and a Blog Hop

So, here are a few things that are happening right now. The BIG news is that as a response to the pandemic, Holly’s Writing Classes has discounted everything for the first time, ever, ever, ever. And by EVER, I mean that I’ve been on the site for ten or twelve years, and I have NEVER

Dehydrator Despair

It’s nine months (more or less) into a global pandemic, and I finally bought the food dehydrator of my dreams. Six trays, and expandable to twelve. It’s a pretty basic model. Temperature control, but no timer. With a little forethought, I really could shop for a month or two at a time. Well, I had

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