Hi All! So sorry for the lack of posts this week. I work in politics, so as you can imagine this time is a teensy bit unpredictable and busy right now! But right now, I’m back and I’m ready to talk about the thing that most often gets me out of slumps (as we discussed recently)… Continue reading From Slumps to Kicks
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Editors are my favorite. They are the unsung heroes of the content world. Writers get all the credit, but editors make the content sing. If someone ever tells you that editing isn’t that important, or that anyone can do it, or that you don’t really need to hire an editor for…
So in my last entry, I discussed having awful book hangovers, where you feel groggy and down in the immediate days following the end of a great book. For me, unfortunately, book hangovers have a nasty little habit of turning into the dreaded reading slump. I start a couple books a week but don’t really… Continue reading On Slumping
Hangovers are the worst, no? And I don’t mean the ones from alcohol. I mean the soul crushing, fogginess you feel after you finish an important book. Book hangovers can happen after any sort of book. To be honest, I’m currently in the midst of a book hangover from two completely different books for completely… Continue reading Where’s My Hair of the Dog?
I had an odd realization recently when a coworker offhandedly mentioned going out to lunch that day. My immediate reaction went from “well that would be fun to talk to people I haven’t talked to in a bit” to “hm, do I really feel like going out with a group today” fairly quickly. It wasn’t… Continue reading Introverts and Extroverts?