Monthly Archives: August 2016

Monday Musings: Writing and Bullet Journals

Hello everyone, how was your week? Mine was good, but uneventful. Writing I have decided, at least for the time being, to not worry about posting things here on Tuesdays and Wednesdays unless I have something I want to share. … Continue reading

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Friday Quote: August 26

“Almost all good writing begins with terrible first efforts. You need to start somewhere.” ~ Anne Lamott

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Projects in Progress: Habit Tracker

It wasn’t very long after starting my first Bullet Journal (BJ, as I affectionately call it) that I came across people (on YouTube) talking about habit trackers inside of their Bullet Journals. A habit tracker is a chart  with a … Continue reading

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Monday Musings: Birthday Presents and 500 Words A Day

Hey everyone. It is Monday again and time for another review of my week. The highlight reel at least. Writing Beyond the posts I did here, I finally managed to start writing again every night. I watched a video called … Continue reading

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Friday Quote: August 19

“If I waited till I felt like writing. I’d never write at all.” ~Anne Tyler

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Getting Stuff Done: My Bullet Journals

At the beginning of the year when I started the work of fixing my life I decided I needed some organization and planning to keep track and focused. I started with a somewhat large binder system I found at Michael’s … Continue reading

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Scriptwriting: Resources for Learning, Formatting and Networking

I really like writing scripts. Writing stories as scripts has always felt like a natural way of writing stories. Or maybe I just like writing dialogue more than description (seriously, most of my prose starts as pages of conversations that … Continue reading

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