Could you be open to the idea you have much in common with your favorite authors? One day I wondered why I like the authors I do. Diving deeper into their work, the mystery was solved, the revelations intriguing. Dr. Seuss, Mother Goose, Winnie-the-Pooh — my favorite authors, characters, storytellers. Dr Seuss: mastered the art … Continue reading Things Your Favorite Authors Reveal About You
Life is a game of fulfilling your soul by passing the torch of inspiration on. To win, you must play from a place of confidence not dependency. Fulfillment (noun): Oxford Dictionary the achievement of something desired, promised or predicted; to complete a process I love to create, do and share things that inspire people to … Continue reading How to Practice Fulfillment – Your Soul’s True Longing
They’re in the spiritual cloud - but your app (mind) has to be open There’s probably at least a million times during the course of our day where we ponder a question in our mind or ask one out loud. But we don’t often think about where the answers come from. They show up. And … Continue reading You Can Receive Answers to Life’s Questions Quite Regularly if You’re Open to Where They Come From
Writers are a resilient bunch of screwballs. We don’t give up. Eva. * * * * * The advent of blogs . . . . . . was an incredible asset to the world of writing and writers themselves. Whether it was a place to highlight your hobby of voicing your opinion of movies, sharing … Continue reading How Categories (almost) Stifled a Writer’s Creativity and Dreams
There I was, Cincinnati, all dressed up and nowhere to go. Well, I had somewhere to go but then suddenly didn’t. It happens to the best of us so I don’t take being suddenly slighted personally. I do dare say, however, I look fashionably spiffy in my new duds standing here stood up. It all … Continue reading Oh, no! #NSNC18 Cincinnati – what happened?
Today is National Society of Newspaper Columnists’ Day. I am a member. Nationwide, columnists share signage proclaiming their column style in honor of Ernie Pyle, the greatest columnist of all time. I’m in. I think. I stopped. Pondered. I am a . . . Hmm? Confused, I contacted my counsellor. Luckily, there was an opening, … Continue reading Does ‘Aspiring’ count as a columnist style?