The Balancing Act- NaNo 1/3 Down

NaNoWriMo is always a challenge whether I am prepared for it with notes and an outline or if I am jumping in fresh with nothing but an idea. This year has been no different. I was pretty excited about the prospect of what I could accomplish seeing as it coincided with the launch of myContinue reading “The Balancing Act- NaNo 1/3 Down”

Scrivener, the Writing Tool of my Dreams

With NaNoWriMo well under way, I thought it would be a good time to touch base on productivity tools to improve writing and help keep us all on track for November and beyond. I am not new to the software Scrivener, but it has been a while since I’ve had a conversation with anyone onContinue reading “Scrivener, the Writing Tool of my Dreams”

It’s NaNoWriMo ⏱

It is November 1 and that means National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) has begun once again! While I am excited for the new challenge of this year’s nano, along with my new found inspiration, it does harken back to the challenges of nano’s in the past (I have yet to complete one). Despite that, thisContinue reading “It’s NaNoWriMo ⏱”

The “Productivity” trap and the deception of “Resistance”

When the pandemic first started, I was on a roll. Like a lot of people, I decided to use my increased time inside “productively”. I didn’t want to waste this new opportunity indoors (or, for those of you who have introverted tendencies like me, an acceptable excuse) watching Netflix or creating Tiktok videos. Beyond givingContinue reading “The “Productivity” trap and the deception of “Resistance””