Happy New Year! I am kind of a nerd when it comes to organizing all of my New Years resolutions. I plan out overall goals, then I break those down into quarterly goals to then guide my monthly goals. Last … Continue reading 2019 Successes & 2020 Goals
It’s Friday! And you know what that means: Poetry! Want to know more about Poetry Friday? Click this link right here. And be sure to check out Carol’s Corner to see this week’s round up of wonderful poetry related posts, … Continue reading Poetry Friday – A Few Poetry Goals
So I feel like it has been forever since I have posted any sort of content here on the blog. Summer was great, but way busier than anticipated. It was so easy to lose track of time with everyone home … Continue reading (Do Not) Abandon All Hope…
It’s Friday! And you know what that means: Poetry! Want to know more about Poetry Friday? Click this link right here. I’m hosting today so be sure to look to the end of this post to see this week’s round up … Continue reading Poetry Friday – Happy Goof Off Day!
It’s that time of year again where resolutions start popping up everywhere. I actually enjoy making New Year’s resolutions, but I approach them like any other goal I may make during the year. I know that I won’t be perfect and that they are things to constantly strive towards–not something to just give up on the moment you slip up. Right now, I am participating in children’s author, Julie Hedlund’s 12 Days of Christmas for Writers. In her video today, she said something that I never thought of before. She believes that most New Year’s resolutions come from a place … Continue reading 2018 Writing Sucesses
It’s been awhile since I’ve done a writing update and goal list here on the blog. I have been writing, but it feels like it has been at a snail’s pace. Summer was so much fun with the family, but … Continue reading October 2018 Writing Goals
I feel like it has been a while since I did a writing update. The beginning of this year has been hectic. I cannot believe that it is already March. Where the heck does the time go? While I could always be doing more, I feel like I have drastically increased how much I write compared to a year ago. I feel like consistency is a major key. I may only be able to write 500 words a day, but if I do that 5x a week for a month, that’s over 10,000 words. I’m still not quite hitting that … Continue reading March Writing Updates and Goals
So guess who completed every single day of Inktober? This girl! https://giphy.com/embed/14qb1Uhf40ndw4 *actual clip of me dancing Yeah, I’m just a little proud of that one. It wasn’t easy, especially towards the middle of the month, but I did it. National Novel Writing Month is up next. Hopefully, I can keep the momentum going. Last Month’s Goals Review Write 5 poems for anthology (I just couldn’t crack it and the deadline has now passed. Cue sad trombone music) Outline 5 chapter books (well, this kind of happened. But not all 5…) Finish RIP reading challenge (finished 3 of the 6, still working my way … Continue reading November Goals 2017 – AKA Heck Yes!
So, before I get into my goals recap, I have a bit of news. I have been selected to be a judge for the Cybils Awards! I will be helping judge in the Fiction Picture Book and Board Book category. For those who don’t know, the Cybils Awards are given each year by bloggers for the year’s best children’s and young adult titles. You can learn a bit more at http://www.cybils.com. I am so incredibly honored and excited to participate. September was a bit discombobulated with Irma passing through and all that entailed. John and Sammy both were out of … Continue reading October Writing Goals + Exciting News!
Another busy month has come and gone. Things were especially hectic with school starting back up for my daughter, and my husband teaching again this semester. We’re starting to get into the groove though, so that is good. Before I do my usual recap, here are a few highlights from August that weren’t originally listed in my goals for the month I submitted two poems to some children’s magazines I applied to be a Cybils judge I joined NetGalley so I can start receiving and reviewing ARC (advance reader copies of books) I didn’t do too bad on my August … Continue reading September Writing Goals