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To be someone else for a day

365 days of writing, prompt: if you could be someone else for a day, who would it be?

If I could be someone else for a day, it would be my musical hero, Tori Amos. 847 more words

365 Days Of Writing

Million-dollar question

#107: Why do you blog?

I love writing and I’m always looking to improve it. So, by taking on WordPress’ 365 Days of Writing Prompts challenge, I’m writing everyday… and as everyone knows, practice makes perfect! 41 more words

365 Days Of Writing Prompts

Season 1 Progress Report (Damn... time flies when you're having fun)

Or maybe final exams, since it’s Champs week:

Yep – after this week, I’ll be pretty much done with my first season. Kinda crazy. I still feel new, but I figured this would be a great time for self-reflection and self-evaluation and all that. 1,000 more words

Roller Derby

The Way Of The Writer

So many authors, aspiring or not, writers; journalers (a step up and back from journalists); bloggers and fictioneers in general describe the route to their first published novel as an odyssey paved with many mistakes and lessons learned. 512 more words


30 Day Quote Challenge - Day 4

Practice doesn’t make perfect, perfect practice makes perfect

Practice the right things, or else you will be proficient at the wrong things

30 Day Quote Challenge

Genevieve's Spring Yoga Challenge Day 9, Class 8

As the days roll by getting myself to yoga inevitably gets harder.  Ask anyone who participates in the Spring Yoga Challenge and they will probably agree that scheduling 21 yoga classes into 30 days is hard no matter what physical shape you may be in.   456 more words


Genevieve's Spring Yoga Challenge, Day 8 - Class 7

Today marked class number seven of twenty-one.  My body has reminded me throughout the day that it has done a lot of moving this week.  I am sore between my shoulders and in my arms, my neck feels more open than it has in months as do my hips, and I have been sleeping one to two hours more than my usual amount for the last few nights.  651 more words