A to Z Challenge I chose my theme reveal a couple of weeks ago here, where I decided to continue sharing inspirational and helpful posts. Since we’re…… Read more “#AtoZChallenge – A – Artist Space, where do you create or write?”
Happiness is the new rich. Inner peace is the new success. Health is the new wealth. Kindness is the new cool. Be well everyone! You all know…… Read more “Health is the new wealth, Kindness is the new cool.”
How vain it is to sit down to write when you have not stood up to live. – Henry David Thoreau, author I’m a member of a…… Read more “Do you feel anxious when you hear Thoreau’s words?”
In creating my website http://www.tamarakulish.com, I wanted to migrate over only my best articles from my old site, so as I went through previous ones, I rewrote most of them, adding more meat or making them more current. I also started making a list, and now have organized them by category.
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There’s now more than 50! Each link will take you directly to the article!
Creating to-do lists… a productivity tool or a waste of time?
Most highly productive people rely heavily in lists or a system of Post-it Notes to keep track of many, many items which need doing.
If you’re like me and tend to misplace notes or don’t like the chore of writing everything down by hand, you may be happy to hear a new trick!
LOL! Ah, plans! Yes, I’ve spoken with people who “know all about writing, and how to create an amazing plan”! They’ve done their best to condescend to me, tell me how it “should be done”… Yet they haven’t actually sat down and started writing their book! Sigh!
I was just asked by a fellow author and blogger how I created the workbook and coloring book which accompanies the book “How to Heal Your Life on a Deep Heart Level”. What design software did I use? She was so blown away with my answer she asked me to write an article which she could share with her readers, so here it is!
I had a very positive response to one of my posts: the gentleman commented saying he’d love to write, but can’t fit in the time.
Getting into the practice of writing can be a slow easing-in process…