2019: My year of focus

I’ve been considering my word for 2019, praying and meditating for the past few days on the one that will further my journey. My word for 2019 is FOCUS, and I’m so excited to take my life path to a whole new level. But it goes further than that. The truth is, my word for the year is actually FIVE words: Pray ~ Plan ~ Focus ~ Execute ~ Persist.

A look back at 2018, my year of confidence

At the end of 2017, I was reeling from three months that included a massive fire that devastated my hometown, a failed book release, a writing project that took my failure to a whole new level, plus the realization that I couldn’t handle the busy life I had created for myself. I was broken. My word for 2018 became confidence, because my confidence was utterly shaken. I needed a year to get a grip and realize my worth.

Organizing your finances to make room for your art – Part 3

This post is Part 3, the final part of a 3-part series on finances, excerpted from the upcoming book, Reclaim Your Creative Soul: The Secrets to Organizing Your Full-Time Life to Make Room For Your Craft. To read part 1, click here. To read part 2, click here. Why am I talking about finances in … Continue reading Organizing your finances to make room for your art – Part 3

Organizing your finances to make room for your art – Part 2

This post is Part 2 of a 3-part series on finances, excerpted from the upcoming book, Reclaim Your Creative Soul: The Secrets to Organizing Your Full-Time Life to Make Room For Your Craft. To read part 1, click here. Why am I talking about finances in a book about making room for your craft? Because … Continue reading Organizing your finances to make room for your art – Part 2

Organizing your finances to make room for your art – Part 1

I'm gearing up to release a new book next month called, Reclaim Your Creative Soul: The Secrets to Organizing Your Full-Time Life to Make Room For Your Craft. There's a couple great reasons why this book came to me. First, the book was born from a soul retreat I took last year when I felt … Continue reading Organizing your finances to make room for your art – Part 1