Month: July 2019

Grinding Through The Dark, Difficult Hours

“It’s none of their business that you have to learn to write.  Let them think you were born that way.” – Hemingway As I continue to slog my way through the depths of re-writing (read: despair), I’ve been thinking about the above quote a lot.  Not just in terms of learning to write in order

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Why Doubt And A Willingness To Fail Is Crucial

Doubt is important.  Failure is critical.  I never let either one of them stop me. Today I wanted to do something different and really pull open the blinds on how I feel about myself sometimes.  A big problem with any form of social media, whether it’s a blog, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, or whatever else, is

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Pizza Is My Muse

Buongiorno from my wonderful work desk at home, a place I’ve missed dearly for the last 3 weeks. Here I am, just returned from an amazing trip around Italy, where you are what you eat, and I am currently still a pizza. 18 days is a long time to be away from home – long

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