Warning: This post is 0% about writing or books, and 100% about life as a middle-aged female. Keep scrolling to other blogs if that isn't your thing.
Whether you’re part of a romantic relationship or not, this post is for you…because it’s about YOU.
I'm on my lunch break right now, taking a class where the teacher is really into breaks. "Shall we take a break?" he asks every 30 minutes, which sounds awesome, except I'd rather get out early than take frequent breaks. Our dinner break is an actual 1 hour and 40 minutes (it's an 8-hour class), … Continue reading Just a place
I was riding my bike the other day, listening to a Rob Bell podcast in which he was interviewing Elizabeth Gilbert, the author of Eat. Pray. Love., among other books. I love Elizabeth Gilbert. I mean, I loved her when I read her book. In fact, I read her book at least 3 or 4 … Continue reading Bali state of mind…
Happy December friends! I can't believe we’re in our final month of 2014. What a crazy year it’s been! Here are 10 things I’m thinking of today as the year comes to a close. 1. It’s hard not to feel down when there is so much horrible stuff going on around the world, both close … Continue reading 10 rainy day musings
I've been having hair indecisiveness lately. It all started last November, as I faced my 36th birthday (you know, the one that makes you in your LATE thirties instead of your EARLY thirties), when I decided I wanted to cut off ALL my hair. I wanted my hair to look like Jennifer Lawrence, even though … Continue reading Hair woes, “instant” success, and living in Generation NOW
I've been a lazy writer. I admit it. I have not done any book writing since NaNoWriMo, or book editing since December. I keep seeing other authors I follow in blogs and on Facebook talking about their work-in-progress, and the green-eyed monster in me wants to be doing what they're doing. But I'm not. I … Continue reading Being a lazy writer