I learned so much more about how I operate and how to change things than I had expected in 2018. I still have a long way to go, but my physical and mental health are potentially the best they’ve ever been. I’m still going to strive to continue growing healthy in every way, but it’s … Continue reading 2019 Theme and Goals
Working at an art museum has taught me so much about history, people, cultures, and art. I’m a security and services officer, as is Turner, so we don’t actually get to work in direct correlation to the art beyond telling people not to touch it or get too close and doing a cursory examination for … Continue reading Reimagining Art
Technically I’ve already written about yearly goals. But this isn’t just about the resolutions and goals I have for this year. It’s about the resolutions and goals I have for my entire life and what I’m doing now to work towards them. It's about pursuing my dreams and thriving in every moment along the way, … Continue reading Pursue
Sit back, relax, and enjoy the ride. The twists, the turns, the lifts, the dives. It all comes at different speeds, at different levels, at different needs. Once you think you’ve caught your breath, you’re off again. A completely new adventure. Sometimes the water fills your lungs— your world turns dark. At others, your eyes … Continue reading What Do You Do?
I think everyone knows the struggle of setting goals. Whether it be writing, exercise, reading, creating, or monetary goals, we can’t seem to stop ourselves from creating giant mile markers in our lives. We usually set the goals when we’re feeling on top of everything and ready to tackle the world, but we don’t often … Continue reading Setting Goals
There are seemingly countless ways to get to know your characters in anything ranging from short stories to novels. And there are almost as many blogs telling you how to get to know them and what way is the best way. I’m definitely not here to give you a definitive “this is how you do … Continue reading Getting to Know Your Characters
Some things just shouldn’t be red. Like eyes or bees or light bulbs. But her lips were perfect in their shiny scarlet hue. Not everyone agreed though, and I think one of the reasons she wore her shades opposite of blue was because she enjoyed seeing them glance from her lips to the ground with … Continue reading Scarlet (Flash Fic)