Writing today is the start of writing every week, which is the start of writing every other day, which is the start of writing EVERY DAY.
These are three things I do to keep myself writing consistently and happily. I hope you can use these to improve your writing life in some way, shape, or form. If not, let me know below. It’s good to know when something doesn’t work!
Happy Sunday! I’d like to give a shoutout to a few bloggers and sites that may interest you. These people are worth following on WordPress if you like book reviews, writing, visually appealing blogs, and personal opinion pieces. This is the second post in this series. Read the first post here. Here are this week's reads … Continue reading Bloggers and Noteworthy Reads (This Week’s Reads # 2)
Marcus Aurelius was once emperor of Rome, a philosopher, and a military leader. He practiced Stoicism, a branch of Hellenistic philosophy. He is a great inspiration. A Time to Sit and Think Years ago, I was on a trip with my fiancé that took me through London, Oxford, and Whitby (photographs available here). We made … Continue reading Marcus Aurelius and Quotes from His Meditations
I knew I had an idea . . . I knew it was great, but where did it go? The blank screen had no answer for me, and only the sound of my cat meowing filled the air. What happened to that shiny object I was chasing? Luckily, I had an answer. This is the … Continue reading How would ______ do this? Three more questions to ask yourself when experiencing a creative block. . .
Whenever I finish a book, I usually consult a reading list, pick a book from a stack, or go to my online reading communities via book blogs or vlogs. When you can't decide what to read next, what do you do? What's next on your reading list?
It's the day before the challenge, and I am pumped.
In case you didn't know, I have invited people to read every day for seven days, starting tomorrow!
If you are not already participating in the #ReadWithCurtis 7-Day Reading challenge, I urge you to do so. Here's what you can do today to join a community of readers who are also doing the challenge ...
Work consumes time, and sometimes it takes us outside of our average working hours. Whether your task is creative, administrative, organizational, manual, or a combination of the above, any one of these 25 questions may help inspire you to embrace the challenges of your job, hobby, or side-hustle.
Even taking a silent minute to mentally answer one of these questions may change your day.
Changing habits has to be one of the hardest challenges that a person can face. Forming a new habit takes sustained effort, and breaking bad habits could prove even more frustrating. This is why abruptly changing is not enough.
Building Fictional Worlds Part I: Setting and Characterization
When building a fictional setting, the connection between your characters and the world they live could make or break the believability of your creations. Deepening the connection between the landscape and your characters is therefore very important.