Whoever said, “go with what you feel,” probably didn’t have this in mind!
Heart pounds. Pupils dilate. Muscles tense up. That moment is here. Dayton WordCamp 2016 kicks off tomorrow and this year, I am one of the speakers! I’m so honored! I took a chance when I applied to be a speaker. I love getting out of my comfort zone and speaking in front of a crowd… Continue reading Tomorrow is Gonna be so Awesome!!
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Having a ready to go press release kit is something every Indie author should have. It’s also a good idea to have it on a static page on your website or/and blog. Rather have everything in one place than have to scramble around when it’s called for. Having it…
A few weeks ago, I decided to change my diet, among other things in my life. I’m not morbidly obese or anything, but I want to look like the girl I know inside that I am. That size 6 (or so) girl who garners attention wherever she goes, but doesn’t need it; the girl who… Continue reading The First Day is the Hardest
As this holiday season comes to a close, I’ve had the joy of seeing people give, receive, and spend time with family. But I didn’t used to see all that. We all perceive things differently, based on our experiences, emotional injuries, and preferences. It’s just how humans are wired; and I am no exception. My Mom… Continue reading I Used to Dread Christmas
So, after a morning of getting back in touch with my dreams, I’m literally shaking from excitement. The more I think about them, I can feel that familiar wave of fear of the unknown. My heart is beating a little harder and faster; my scarf is suddenly too hot for my neck; my head itches… Continue reading Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway
I get excited when things go right. I’m thrilled when they go according to my plan. According to personality tests, I’m not much of a melancholy personality (meaning someone who likes their clothes perfectly pressed, enjoys a schedule, and makes lists for fun); but enough challenges have presented themselves in my life that over the… Continue reading A Perception of Perfection: When Everyone Else Has Everything You Want
October 12, 2013 My mission was unclear. Electronic Engineering (because I wanted to produce music); to Industrial Engineering (because it was the “logical” choice for a writer and wannabe-actress who didn’t believe in her own abilities); to Geography (because I still didn’t believe in myself, but I was good at geography, whatever that means); to… Continue reading Something of Value