What are We Reading?

There’s a song that starts out “What are you wearing? (Who are you wearing?)” Pfft. I’m no fashionista. What I care about is “What are you reading? (Who are you reading?)” Seriously. Some people judge other people for what they wear. While I don’t judge people by what they wear or read, I am a […]

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Good and Bad Habits: What to Do?

There was a “fact” circulating that it takes approximately twenty-one days to form a habit and a much shorter amount of time to break one. Well, it’s coming out that the amount is more like several months to form a habit. I’m not sure about how long it takes to break any everyday GOOD habit, […]

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What I Wanted to Be When I Grew up

There were a handful of things I believed I wanted to be when I grew up. For a while, I thought I might be an artist. Then I thought, hmm, maybe a teaching or doctoring animals is my calling. The shortest-lived idea I had was a vocal artist—and for those of you who have watched […]

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Creative Stereotypes

When it comes to writing there are many stereotypes that are mostly ridiculous, like there’s a one size fits all for every author on earth. There might be a few that ring somewhat true for a large group, but no two people are 100% alike. Stereotypes for writers often include the following: The starving artist […]

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The Comfort of Animals

A week ago this Wednesday, I was talking with a writing pal over coffee at my favorite café. Well, Sharon had the coffee, I had a bagel. But I digress. We touched on many topics, but one that sticks out to me most was about animals and how good they are for us humans. Some […]

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