Hey guys, I thought it might be nice to share some uplifting quotes. I hope you all find one that sticks with you. 😊 “Until you value yourself, you won’t value your time. Until you value your time, you will not do anything with it. ” – M. Scott Peck “Remember always that you not... Continue Reading →
This is amazing! I love it! For the second time today Anthropology is helping me become more educated about things I find interesting! Check this out mummas 💖 Alexandra Sacks: A new way to think about the transition to motherhood https://go.ted.com/CJfJ Learn more about watching TED Talks on all of your favorite platforms: https://www.ted.com/about/programs-initiatives/ted-talks/ways-to-get-ted-talks
So I have to share this because I now know so many must be able to relate. (Heads up this post is an rollercoaster of emotion) When you go on your first holiday, you fall in love, you find yourself again, your happiness, that spark that makes you love life all over again.... then you... Continue Reading →
This is a post to save for those hard days. I am already loving this woman for her honesty about the reality of persistence and dedication it takes to become a successful writer.
When you’re new to writing, it’s a thrill of firsts.
The first time you give it a serious try. The first time you plan, plot, or name a character. There’s the first time you type “Chapter One”, and the joy of scribbling “The End”.
As with doing anything for the first time, you have a lot to learn. So much that the most appropriate description for learning to write is this quote from Ernest Hemingway:
“We are all apprentices in a craft where no one ever becomes a master.”
None of us will ever be master writers, only apprentices that will eventually find (some) things easier. But before all of that, you need to learn those things. And with any learning, there are mistakes that get made.
6 Things New Writers Get Wrong
1) Thinking The Draft For Your First Submission Is Ready
Three years ago I had…
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