You Made a Resolution, Now to Keep It

Last week, the post was about resolutions. Following the focus of beginning the new year on a positive note, I thought I’d pass along an article by Fae Rowan which contains advice on how to keep your resolutions–especially if you resolved to write more, write better, or set certain goals for your writing career.

Rowan lists seven key words. While they may or may not be familiar to you as a writer, you can say they are battle-tested.

Read the rest of my thoughts here.

To learn the answer how seven words will help you meet your resolution, you have to go read Morgan’s article at seven-tips-to-level-up-your-writing-career/. Fae explains how they fit into her writing life, and it sounded a lot like mine. And probably yours too.

~till next time, Helen

Tuesday’s Title – Creating a Joyful Life

Although I don’t usually showcase non-fiction books, at least ones not related to historical research or writing, the reviews (and title) of Creating a Joyful Life by Jennifer Williams-Fields pulled me in.

Powerful words, a great motivator for getting on track spiritually, mentally and physically
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Behind the Scene:

As a single mom of six kids, with an alcoholic ex-husband, everyone always asks me “how do you do it, how do you manage it all and not fall apart?” This book is my attempt to answer that question. Most days  I do it one day at a time, one breath at a time. In the book I lay out the practical ways women can take care of themselves, take back control of their life, and do it all with a sense of joy and happiness.

Read the rest of the post on the blog, Journey to the Stars and Worlds of Imagination.

To learn more about Jennifer, visit her online at jenniferwilliamsfields.com