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The Rebellious Child

As much as I love to write, and I truly do, it really sucks sometimes.

So I have this novel. For now we’ll call it The Manuscript (TM for short). 419 more words

Character Development

17 Things I Knew at 17

So, it’s been a while since my last post. Life very much took over these past couple months, and between AP exams and getting ready for recital and graduation (!!!!!!),  685 more words

Lessons Learned

Spur Them To Love


What do we do to spur others on toward love and good deeds? Are our words full of truth that brings them toward God or turns them away? 540 more words

Lessons Learned

5 Key Elements to Effective Meeting Design

This past weekend I had an opportunity to facilitate an executive leadership retreat with an organization’s senior staff and Board members. As I reflect on that experience, I really don’t think the meeting could have gone better. 743 more words

Facilitation

An Author's Lesson #5: Patience

My Dear Future Readers:

Today, I will talk about something that I personally don’t have enough of which is called Patience.

To tell you the truth, I never really had been truly patient in my life for anything for as long as I can remember. 315 more words

An Author's Life

Testimony

It’s been a while since my last blog post. I broke my ‘once-a-week’ blogging rhythm because I’ve been busy. It is as if right after my post… 201 more words

The Accidental Marathon

The Accidental Marathon

This past weekend, I completed the Ogden Half Marathon in miserable conditions—rain, wind, hail and cold. I beat my best time by a minute and, perhaps needless to say, was quite pleased with myself (after I cried to my husband and sat in a hot bath for two hours). 1,014 more words

Lessons Learned