When a Friend Criticizes Your Writing

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At the end of my senior year in college, a Facebook trend popped up called "The 60 Day Challenge." It was a fun little game with 60 days of writing prompts, and every day you shared a photo and story about yourself based on the prompt. I started doing the 60 Day Challenge along with … Continue reading When a Friend Criticizes Your Writing

Three Steps to Find Your Voice

Have you ever scrambled around trying to find your glasses, only to realize twenty minutes later they were perched on your head the whole time? Finding your creative voice feels that way too. You search, you wonder, you pray, you take classes, you read every trending article about how to find your voice... until you … Continue reading Three Steps to Find Your Voice

How to Reconnect with Your Creative Voice

Hey beautiful friends, I have been stubbornly clinging to the idea that each of my blog posts has to be a standalone piece of art -- a timeless evergreen snapshot of wisdom. Something sacred and profound that will remain relevant for years to come. I find myself trying to hit literary gold every single time … Continue reading How to Reconnect with Your Creative Voice

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

Start Before You Know Your Target Market

“Stay afraid, but do it anyway. What’s important is the action. You don’t have to wait to be confident. Just do it and eventually the confidence will follow.” – Carrie Fisher   I have always resisted the idea of “finding your niche.” Let’s say you’re feeling called to create stuff. A blog. A book. A … Continue reading Start Before You Know Your Target Market