Does your work feed your fulfillment? Or does it mostly feed you a shit sandwich? Time to ask yourself some tough questions.
Do you really want to quit, or do you just need a rest? HALT before you leave.
How to stop being intimidated by your writing.
How do you know whether quitting is the right decision? Here's how to figure it out.
This piece of advice (from an ex-boyfriend) turned a blah presentation into the best talk I've ever given.
How I wrote 32,000 words without really trying.
Once I noticed how I was sabotaging myself, things finally started to change.
I know how disheartening it can be to realize that the fire isn't there. But it's possible to get it back if you ask yourself some important questions.
This is what I did back when I hit a major, life-threatening roadblock in graduate school and it's what I've continued to do in the face of every setback I've experienced since.
If you're stuck on writing, here's how to start.
Got a burning question about writing? WHO DOESN'T. Get all your Qs answered here.
If you apply this one principle of athletic training to your writing, you'll be unstoppable.
In the last post in the series, I talk about the most important thing I've learned in the nine years I've had Camurati-Engelmann Disease.
In the second part of the series I get more personal about some of the interview questions and I talk about my rock-bottom moment - the moment that changed everything.
The first of a three-part personal series inspired by my podcast interview with Jen Riday. I talk about living with a rare incurable condition called Camurati-Engelmann Disease and what I've learned from five brain surgeries in nine years.
What separates survival writers from all the rest?
Here's where I tell you all the things about me and what I do.