It’s been a while.
Tomorrow’s the 1st day of November, which is also the 1st day of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month).
And guess what? I’m gonna do it. Even though I’m a full-time college student, part-time intern with a public policy organization, president of a school club, and senator for my school’s Student Government Association, I’m gonna do it.
By jolly, I’m going to write a novel in a month.
Follow along if you want to discover what it’s like to write “beyond the blog.”
No, I didn’t forget to post yesterday. In fact, starting yesterday, Sundays are going to be a day of rest for this blog. #surprise Continue reading Less is More
Over the year, my blogging has evolved from a tiny infant to a rambunctious toddler. Continue reading Meet My Toddler: He’s a Blog
Yeah, yeah, I know I didn’t post yesterday. I think I’m the only one that really cares, but I was attacked by a bear, and well, when you’re attacked by a bear, you don’t really have time to write a blog post. Continue reading Bunnies and Thoughts On Creativity
This is part 2 of an interview with Markie Myers, a fellow blogger who is a member of the Iron Community. For part 1 of the interview, click here. Continue reading Featured Blogger: Markie Myers (Part 2)
On Christmas I announced the dawn of the Iron Community—a group of bloggers who sharpen each other in order to grow as writers and people. If you’d like to join, feel free to fill out the application here. Today I’ll be featuring a member of the community: Markie Myers. She’s a good friend of mine, an excellent writer, and I highly recommend reading her blog if you want to gain insight on life, God, and his amazing love for you. Check it out here. Continue reading Featured Blogger: Markie Myers (Part 1)
On nights like tonight, I wish I had the words to weave into some meaningful post, but instead, it’s late, so I leave you with this. Continue reading Are we poisoning ourselves?
Life is a lot like racing on a balance beam.
Continue reading Success Trumps Excess
Today marks the last day of winter break.
And as with most breaks, going back to the norm is typically, well, normal and somewhat boring. But this time around, something feels different.
In fact, it’s my mindset that’s different. Continue reading Going Forward
Happy New Year!
If I were cliché, I would say something like “I can’t believe it’s a new year already! The year went by so quickly!”
But since I’m not cliché, I’ll say something like… Continue reading Beginning Again