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On a Mini-Hiatus Until Tuesday, August 4th

Hi, everyone!

Just a quick note that starting today, I’m on a “mini” blogging hiatus for Writer’s Digest Conference. The Time Flies monthly wrap-up will still post as scheduled tomorrow ( 95 more words

General Updates

Up to Our Eyebrows

Up to Our Eyebrows

A.V. Walters

The past month or so has been a whirlwind of work and changes. First, we finally have a roof! We’re working on the gable ends, and the doors and windows aren’t in, but we no longer wrestle with tarps every time the wind is up, or rain threatens. 615 more words

Building

Back to blogging - after a long break…

Time flies by when you’re having fun – so I guess I must have been having a lot of fun lately? Or maybe I was just a bit pre-occupied with other projects which sucked the energy and words out of my head to start posting some interesting and fun blog posts again. 314 more words

Frei

My latest mantra

So, my poor old blog has been a bit of a desert of late.

I’ve been pondering that over the last few days, consumed by the usual feelings of guilt and uselessness which aren’t really all that helpful. 445 more words

Life & Love

Blogging Hiatus

I just wanted to let all of you amazing people out there who follow my blog that I’m taking a little break, starting from Monday. I’m going on holiday for 11 days starting from Monday and I’m not sure how the Internet connection will be. 91 more words

Announcements

My Blogging Hiatus Experience

In an opening scene of the 2013 TV series, Revenge, “Emily Thorne says:

“They say the best-laid plans often go awry.  Because no matter how detailed the preparation, a plan will always have a WEAK SPOT…..”

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Revision cards, highlighters and exam stress

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It’s April which means that my final college exams start in a month. Up until recently it would be correct to say that I’ve been channeling my exam stress into complete and utter procrastination. 203 more words