Keeping an eye on the goal

The last day of March! That means it’s also the last day of my month-long March Madness and Speedbo projects. All the other participants will likely be joining me in a last-minute dash to the finish line, hoping to reach or exceed the goals so publicly set out before the start of this endeavour. What then? Do we heave aContinue reading “Keeping an eye on the goal”

Are you focused on the future or fixated on the past?

Storms don’t last forever, and neither do vacations. If you’ve read my earlier posts this week (here and here) you’ll know I’ve been away all week, but today it was time to return home. As we sailed away from Vancouver Island the sky was reminiscent of the two storms we had experienced. Hurricane-force winds on MondayContinue reading “Are you focused on the future or fixated on the past?”

A Monday Admission

“There are times when nothing goes as planned…” Does that sound like an echo? Yes, I started my last post with the same words. Unfortunately this sentence doesn’t end as the previous one did, because I didn’t get my writing done. I had great intentions of visiting friends and family during the days, and catching upContinue reading “A Monday Admission”

I don’t know about you, but…

. There are times when nothing goes as planned, and we still manage to get our writing done. This is one of those times for me. My week is all topsy turvy (in a good way… not to worry). I have no internet access today, so my writing is going to benefit. Less time online meansContinue reading “I don’t know about you, but…”

Teetering on the Writer’s Brink

Teetering on the brink. It’s a cliché, but apt, because I’m getting ready to fall head first into March. I’m gonna be swamped; I just know it! But sometimes taking a deep breath and leaping is what it takes to get somewhere, and I definitely need to be somewhere other than where I am. I’veContinue reading “Teetering on the Writer’s Brink”