Writing Consistently is Critical. Writing is a muscle -- the more you write, the easier it becomes. It is also critical that you write consistently for the following reasons. . .
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Success is the sum of small efforts, repeated day in and day out. - Robert Collier I have big goals this year, and I have to admit: I am struggling with the process—the process of getting this blog off the ground, writing my books, and getting fit. The process is taking … Continue reading Trust the Process
It's been a LOOOONG week and if you're like me, you want nothing more than to veg on the couch tonight with a good movie. Looking for a good flick to watch---one that will move you to tears, inspire you, and make you feel uplifted? Or, how about a good family movie? The following movies … Continue reading Movies and Scenes that Inspire
Bright Light Living is about my a-ha moment. Sometimes you can hear or see something repeatedly, but it just doesn’t register – I mean truly register – until you are ready to receive its true, impactful meaning . . . I am a middle child who lived a middle-class type of life. My mother raised … Continue reading My Bright Light Living A-ha Moment
Do you remember when stereograms (like the one above) were really popular? Stereograms are photos containing hidden 3D images that reveal themselves when the viewer focuses his/her eyes in a certain way. I remember going to the mall and seeing photos of stereograms like the one above for sale. I would stare and stare and … Continue reading Writing in the Zone
I feel the words brewing, percolating, bubbling inside my head. They are there in limbo. Waiting for the muse to take them to their fate. I am inspired, but only in thought. In my mind’s eye, I can see a masterpiece, a celebration of creativity. I feel the way the words touch and move others, … Continue reading The Percolation of Creativity: How to Get Creativity to Flow
I often say that it is a shame that we have to grow up. Children live and breathe creativity. They play, explore, and are curious about the world. Unfortunately, as we get older life gets hectic and we eventually lose our sense of imagination and innovation. Use these tips to tap into your creativity—trust your … Continue reading How to Tap Into Your Creativity