Are You Prioritizing Your Responsibilities Correctly?
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5d ago
  A common problem that so many people have is prioritizing their responsibilities incorrectly. I used to have this problem. In Sylvia Brown’s book Soul’s Perfection, she suggests creating a list that answers the question “Where does my time go?” Then create a second list, this time ask yourself "Where should my time go?" The first time I did it, possibly 2016, this was what I came up with: Where does my time go? 1. Blogging 2. Marketing 3. Procrastinating 4. Writing 5. Reading Where should my time go? 1. Writing 2. Learning/Reading 3. Relaxing 4. Marketing 5. Blogging Years later, in ..read more
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Forget TO-DO Lists, It's Time for DON'T-DO Lists
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1w ago
If you make daily/weekly/monthly to-do lists, consider tossing out the TO-DO list and replacing it with a DON’T-DO list, because, honestly, we need more reminders not to do certain things, especially when it comes to ourselves. We do things to ourselves and our creativity all the time, easily, without even thinking, and usually those things are damaging. It's time to stop obsessing over creating to-do lists for never-ending tasks and time to honor ourselves and our creativity with DON'T DO lists. Consider These Items for Your DON’T-DO List: Don’t beat yourself up for not writing. Don’t work ..read more
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Who Is Avrianna Heavenborn? Find Out On Patreon!
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3w ago
  This is Avrianna Heavenborn: Artwork by Loni Townsend Avrianna Heavenborn was featured in my short story Ghost of Death. Review for Ghost of Death: “Avrianna is an intriguing character, not only because she can see ghosts, but also because at times, her eyes glow green. She was also found at sea, abandoned as a baby. I think readers would want to know more about her.” – Sherry Ellis, VINE VOICE Well, almost eight years later (OMG has it really been that long?) you can get to know more about Avrianna now!  I started writing my “Secret Book Baby Series” (not the official tit ..read more
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Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy : A Modern Graphic Retelling of Little Women / Review
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2M ago
Today is Louisa May Alcott's birthday, so I wanted to share my review of Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy: A Modern Graphic Retelling of Little Women. Coincidentally, I read this book in November of last year. I loved it, so I want to share it with you here. Image by Chrys Fey MY REVIEW: Utterly DELIGHTFUL. Fans of little women who love remakes and modern takes on this classic story (and who won’t mind creative liberties) and who also want to see more diversity will enjoy this graphic novel. Now, if you don’t like those things, you won’t like this book. For me, there’s no such thing as "too diverse ..read more
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Homeless Care Packages / National Homelessness Awareness Month / Good Causes PART 8
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2M ago
November is National Homelessness Awareness Month From November 12 - 20, it is Hunger & Homelessness Awareness Week. From Carpenter's Shelter's Website: Every year, hundreds of thousands of American families become homeless, including more than 1.6 million children. For more details on homelessness check out: State of Homelessness: 2021 Edition, which does not account for the impact of COVID. This year, I started to put together care packages for local homeless people. From April 2022 to November 2022 I’ve handed out 11 care packages. I was inspired to start doing this during ..read more
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Lung Cancer Awareness Month
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2M ago
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month. Here's six important messages about lung cancer and cancer in general. 1) Lung cancer is the second most common cancer. 2) It’s the deadliest cancer according the American Cancer Society. 3) Although lung cancer is the deadliest AND second most common cancer, it’s the least funded, so please consider contributing to Lung Cancer Research Foundation this month and throughout the year. ? 4) Not everyone who gets diagnosed with lung cancer was/is a smoker. 5) NO ONE deserves cancer. 6) Cancer FUCKING SUCKS! THE DIAGNOSIS: The fourth point is a commo ..read more
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Native American Heritage Month Book Recommendations
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3M ago
  November is National Native American Heritage Month. To celebrate the beautiful Native American culture (and the differences from Nation to Nation and tribe to tribe), as well as Native American (Indigenous) characters and authors, I have created a short list of book recommendations for you. This is not an exhaustive list but rather a starting point. While you're on my blog, hop on over to this important and informative article I posted last year: How To Respect and Support Indigenous Peoples Enjoy! *** NON-FICTION *** White Magic by Elissa Washuta BUY @ BOOKSHOP BLURB: Througho ..read more
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Body Literacy Book Recommendations
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3M ago
Any narrative you were taught about periods from family, teachers, religious teachings, society, etc. that resulted in negative thoughts/feelings is worth unpacking, unlearning, and rewriting. It may be difficult, but it’ll be worth it. The content and resources I share below will aid with this. ❤ (Even those who were labeled male at birth need to unlearn that periods are evil and unclean, because they’re not.) In 2020 I was called to learn more about myself, my body, and, most of all, reconnect to my period. It started when I came across Lindsey Sara, a Womb Healing Guide, on Instagram ..read more
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Dear Stuck Writer / GIVEAWAY
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4M ago
  Dear Stuck Writer, Occasionally, people will say you’re only blocked because you’re not willing to set aside perfection, lower your creative standards, and create “crappy” art. Pressure from wanting to write a best seller can certainly be one of the many causes of writer’s block, but it’s not the only one. Editing while you go, because you have the itch to make what you wrote perfect before moving on, can also cause a writer to get stuck. However, claiming those are the only reasons why a writer isn’t writing is inaccurate. Let alone to state that is the case for every writer. Not all b ..read more
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Honoring the Victims of the Salem Witch Trials
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4M ago
  Christmas Day 2020, I was watching my favorite childhood Christmas movies and researching the Salem Witch Trials. When I was at the library, I came across the witch section on a shelf of paranormal books in the children’s section. I checked out every book they had on witches. These four books. I wanted to see how they handled the subject. The only one I didn’t really like was the small one (Witches! The Absolutely True Tale of Disaster in Salem by Rosalyn Schanzer). At times, the author’s tone rubbed me the wrong way. The others were great, though: The Salem Witch Trials: A Primary So ..read more
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