Feeling lost in the blogging world is a very familiar issue for me. This was apparent when I first started and felt overwhelmed to do anything in this forum. Suddenly I feel voiceless, insecure, and stuck. How do you find a voice and audience in this vast maze of words and images? I've learned to … Continue reading Day 1: What do you do when you feel lost in the blogging world?#MyBlogMyWritingStyle!
via Daily Prompt: Glimmer Since last month's post about working out, I'm still going to the gym. It's not as often as I imagined, but I'm averaging twice a week. I would be much more motivated to exercise if I could see slimming effects, but weight loss is not as easy as in my 20s. … Continue reading Inching my way to the gym and curbing this sweet tooth
via Daily Prompt: Rush Rush has become the theme of my life in the past few years. Everything seems hurried; even hurry itself is not fast enough for this rushed life. This morning I had one hour to myself at a coffee shop ACROSS the street from the kids' zoology class. It felt foreign to … Continue reading Move over, rush. Slow (kind of) is moving in.
via Daily Prompt: Micro I'd be lost without micro steps. If I have too large a writing goal looming, I quickly despair and frantically search for ways to procrastinate. The task at hand seems too large. This is when I wish for superhero powers to bolt through the pages with eloquent words, memorable humor, and … Continue reading Writing in micro steps
via Daily Prompt: Invisible Change is hard to make, and even harder to accept; even the ones that are good for you. My new year resolution did not include anything about joining a gym or working out for that matter. Wanting to get stronger physically was an invisible goal that kept nagging me with guilt, … Continue reading Invisible goal of exercising and now finally doing something about it