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Getting a Strong Start on Your Memoir

My advice to the writers in the Workshops I run is to find a half hour in the morning, before your day gets upon you, to write. 636 more words


LaTanya Davis reblogged this on Memoir Notes.


i just spent four days with women i love, adore, wait to see with baited breath to talk to on the phone, adore their children and think about them incessantly until we see each other again. 378 more words


Looking Back in Love

Looking back is difficult while trying to go forward, so I stopped for a moment this week and let God show me where I’ve been. I took a long, loving look back at my journey and remembered with love and gratitude the events, people and places that shaped my past. 490 more words


The Importance of Stories: Part 3 of Finding Community

October 8, 2014 by Kristin Meador
Day 8: For the month of October, I’ve joined over 1600 other writers in a 31 Day writing challenge. You can read more about it and see the participating blogs at… 829 more words
Dealing With The Mess

But I Worked So Hard?

Sometimes it seems as though nobody notices your best work. The posts you put the most of your soul into. But that’s okay.

It needs to be said. 23 more words

Personal Journey

Why Don't We Tell Our Powerful Leadership Stories?

There is incredible power in telling our stories.  But most people don’t.   Even most leaders don’t.  We clam up and play it safe.  We back off from seizing the opportunity because we think it is impossible.  1,135 more words



I take my first sip of tea.  Sheba barks at a passerby.  It’s Monday.  It’s a cool 3 degrees Celsius sunlit morning.  Gold and orange leaves drift down my elm trees and roll across the sidewalk.   522 more words