Tag: perfectionism

Hobby or Hustle: A Response to Molly Conway

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My 2020 Resolutions

Well met, everyone, and welcome back to the blog! Considering I put down my 2019 resolutions in an article last year, I decided it’s now time to do it again for 2020. My resolutions for 2020: Continue to develop my blog and YouTube channel, but… Continue Reading “My 2020 Resolutions”

The Reality of Rejection

We as writers put our soul into our work, so to have something so personal cast aside so impersonally is likely going to hurt, and it’s okay to feel hurt about it.

Too Ambitious For My Own Good?

The only problem is that I’ve said the same exact thing about other skills and hobbies like painting, knitting, spinning fibers, bobbin lace making, cooking, resin crafts, baking, and learning how to play at least three musical instruments, and there’s only so much time I can devote to developing all these different skills.

NaNoWriMo 2019 will be different

Well met, everyone, and welcome back to the blog! I’ve recently gotten back from a trip to New York to see family and visit Sleepy Hollow, which I loosely chronicled on my Instagram. While I was there, I kept writing scenes for my novel The… Continue Reading “NaNoWriMo 2019 will be different”

The hardest part of writing

This morning, I had to remind myself that it’s better to be done than to be perfect.