Monday Musings: Today vs. Tomorrow

If isn’t already obvious, I’m pretty big on setting goals. I don’t always accomplish what I set out to do, but I try. And compared to how I used to live (by the seat of my pants and never accomplishing anything), it’s been all the difference.  Yesterday I heard a quote that has stuck with... Continue Reading →

Fiction Friday: When Breaks the Dawn

*On Fridays I will share what I’ve been reading, whether fiction or non-fiction. The books here can range from fiction of any genre, to personal development, to how-to, and anything and everything in between. The Stats Title: When Breaks the Dawn (The Canadian West Series) Author: Janette Oke Publisher/Year: Bethany House 1986 Genre: Christian Romance... Continue Reading →

Writer Wednesday: Morning Pages

A number of years ago I came across a book about writing by Julia Cameron. The Right to Write: An Invitation and Initiation into the Writing Life has been one of those resources/sources of inspiration that I’ve turned to time and time again. With writing exercises throughout the book, it’s been helpful in getting my... Continue Reading →

Monday Musings: New Year, New Goals

Well, kind of new goals. Maybe the title should read “New Year, Revised Goals.” 🙂 Because most of what I’m attempting to achieve in 2019 is similar to that which I wanted to achieve in 2018. The difference this year is that I made them a little more specific, and I’m in the process of... Continue Reading →

Fiction Friday: Songs of the Shenandoah

*On Fridays I will share what I’ve been reading, whether fiction or non-fiction. The books here can range from fiction of any genre, to personal development, to how-to, and anything and everything in between. The Stats Title: Songs of the Shenandoah (An Heirs of Ireland novel) Author: Michael K. Reynolds Publisher/Year: B&H Publishing Group in... Continue Reading →

Writer Wednesday: Happy New Year!

Any writing resolutions set for 2019? I’m not much of a resolution setter myself; I prefer measurable goals. Granted, you can turn your resolutions into goals, so they are kind of similar/the same thing, but not always. 🙂 Like, I can resolve to never eat another cupcake again, but if I don’t actually put a... Continue Reading →

Final Post of the Year

December dawns tomorrow. During the month Christmas cards will be mailed, hopefully snow will fall, and I will begin the awesome new Christmas puzzle I bought. It's a time for family togetherness, reflection, and celebration. So, as I've mentioned in the two previous posts, I am taking a break from the internet for the entire... Continue Reading →

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