What I Read in January (2020)

What I Read in January (2020)

I’ve seen lots of people set all kinds of reading challenges lately, either for total number of books they want to read in 2020 or with a list of the specific books they want to read. Some people are setting intentions of the topics they want to focus on reading...
Frday Five: 31/01/20

Frday Five: 31/01/20

In these (semi-regular) posts, I share five things. Loves, hates, ideas I’m pondering, places I’m supporting, whatever. Here we go: QUESTION I’M PONDERING: What’s the ONE Thing I can do such that by doing it everything else will be easier or unnecessary? You may...

7 Tips To Write Faster

It’s one of the most common wishes that we authors have – to be able to write faster. Nothing sells your book like the next book being released, or so the saying goes. Here are some of my top tips to increase your writing speed: 01: Dictate Dictation can...

Underpromise and Overdeliver: A Writer’s Guide

I’ve long been quite fanatical about excellent client care. I love experiencing it, providing it, and hearing stories about it. I collect these and they feed my soul. One way of offering great client care? Underpromise and overdeliver. Don’t just do what...

Get Rid of The Mental Clutter

We all know that a cluttered room leads to a cluttered mind, right? We’ve all heard that idea and can see the common sense behind it. How can you expect to focus if you’re in an environment that is messy or chaotic? What we sometimes don’t realise is...
Friday Five: 17/01/20

Friday Five: 17/01/20

In these (semi-regular) posts, I share five things. Loves, hates, ideas I’m pondering, places I’m supporting, whatever. Here we go: EXERCISE I’M DOING: My husband bought me a FitBit for Christmas (at my request) so that I could aim to walk 10,000 steps per day....
Every Transition Costs You

Every Transition Costs You

All too often we place the perfect schedule on a pedestal. One day, when the kids are grown, when we have the perfect desk, when we have more time, when we’ve left our job… we’ll find the perfect schedule and our fingers will fly over the keyboards...
Intentional Spending: Money & Time

Intentional Spending: Money & Time

One of the most common objections people raise to the idea of creating a schedule or planning their time to help them become more effective is this: Isn’t that kinda dull? A bit limiting? Doesn’t that, like, restrict me dude? It sounds like a valid point, until you...
Friday Five: 10/01/20

Friday Five: 10/01/20

In these (semi-regular) posts, I share five things. Loves, hates, ideas I’m pondering, places I’m supporting, whatever. Here we go: HABIT I’M REBUILDING: I haven’t been waking up early for a while, and this week I bit the bullet and got back to being the...
The Best Podcasts for Writers in 2020

The Best Podcasts for Writers in 2020

I’m a total podcast geek. I love to listen whenever I’m driving, or walking the dog, or doing errands. They’re the perfect way to fill a small pocket of time when you might not be able to get much value from starting an audiobook. Here are my...
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