3 Reasons Why Your Writing Feels Stuck

three reasons why your writing feels stuck

"Blogging just seems kindof easy for me, you know?" I told my friend over the phone, explaining my predicament. After years of creating positive social media and blog posts, I wasn't sure what to make next. Did I want to write another self-help book? Did I want to stretch myself and write a novel? Or … Continue reading 3 Reasons Why Your Writing Feels Stuck

2018 Year in Review

2018 in review kelsey horton

Hi gorgeous readers, I meant to post a round-up of my 2018 sometime in December. An end of the year blog post... at the end of the corresponding year. Makes sense. But here we are -- January 11th, 2019. And somewhere between the warm quiet feeling of the holidays, starting a new weekend job at … Continue reading 2018 Year in Review

Your Art Is Not Meant For Everybody

Your art is not meant for everybody. Some people just aren't going to like it. And the sooner you can accept this + embody this + embrace this, the sooner you can move past the clawing fear of being criticized. Let people have their own opinions and preferences. It's not worth an ounce of your … Continue reading Your Art Is Not Meant For Everybody

Back to Our Roots

“Painting is easy when you don’t know how, but very difficult when you do.” ~ Edgar Degas   My very first blog post was the best one I have ever written. I posted it six years ago, and with every year that passes I cherish that piece even more. Sometimes around 3 PM at my day … Continue reading Back to Our Roots

Forge Your Own Comeback

“...if you are writing without zest, without gusto, without love, without fun, you are only half a writer. It means you are so busy keeping one eye on the commercial market, or one ear peeled for the avant-garde coterie, that you are not being yourself.” (Ray Bradbury)   In the years before I started this … Continue reading Forge Your Own Comeback