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

Introducing My New Revision Bag

My revision manuscript spent a lot of time sitting on the kitchen table, this year. Not entirely gathering dust, but definitely a little too in the way. I’ve spent a lot of time thinking about what the perfect revision bag would look like. There’s the part of me that thinks it might be one of

Back to the Writer’s Bullet Journal

As you know, I keep a writer’s bullet journal to keep track of my projects and my goals. This year, I’m focusing more on months than on years. Smaller goals, and more fresh starts. There’s something incredibly productive about self-forgiveness. Last year’s writers’ bullet journal focused a lot on the year. In fact, if you

Bullet Journal In Review: What Didn’t Work

It is July, and I’m getting a head start on my bullet customizable, made-for-me journal for 2020. I’m not one of those hyper-organized, crafty whirlwinds you see on Youtube. In fact, most of my life, my planner planning has been limited to “Oh, shit! New Year’s is tomorrow?” and rushing out to get whatever calendar

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