Inktober 2018 is underway and I’ve been consistent for the first time in a very long time.
My superpowers – organziation, advice, teaching.
My perfect day includes tai chi, work time and relaxation.
Two challenges I face.
Sometimes, it takes a Grateful Dead phrase to sum up things when they get surreal. Since we last “chatted” some things have happened.
I’ve been quiet, I know. But I’ve been actively working on this creation of Ink and Pen and where it’s going to go. And I recently found another little gem of an idea from The Minimalists that is right in line with my manifesto of less stuff, more experiences.
We live in a world of needing more – more time, more money, more things, more…just more. It seems as if we think that if we don’t have “the stuff” to show that we have “the things”, we feel inadequate. A bigger bank account, larger house, […]
Jumping into a 7-Day Blog Challenge from Jeff Goins.
February is quickly coming to an end and so in #InCoWriMo, the International Correspondence Writing Month. While the website still shows posts and information from 2015, the challenge was still going strong this year. I took up the charge and jumped into handwriting letters. My […]
It’s day 25 of February’s #RockYourHandwriting (BohoBerry –Instagram | Facebook) challenge and you might wonder how it’s going. Well, it is hit and miss but it is going. And most recently, I’ve decided to work on my cursive. There are a number of methods of cursive writing […]