Month: November 2017

December Is the New January

December is the new January. This is a philosophy I adopted a couple of years ago. Instead of waiting for New Year’s Day to work on my goals for 2018, I’m starting December 1.

It’s this philosophy that prompted me to open enrollment for the See Jane Write Members Collective. I have created a bundle of content, which is essentially a 4-week e-course, designed to help female writers, bloggers, and other content creators, lay the foundation for having a purposeful and profitable platform in 2018. To get access to this content, valued at $497, all you have to do is join the See Jane Write Members Collective. Membership is only $19.99 per month. Apply to join here.

Here are the things I believe you should be doing in December to set yourself up for success in 2018.


15 Confessions

It’s time for another 15 confessions!

  1. I think about quitting everything every day.
  2. I actually wasn’t planning to do #bloglikecrazy this year until people started telling me how much they were looking forward to it.
  3. I love superhero movies and TV shows because I’m convinced I have special powers.
  4. When complete strangers call me sweetie I want to punch them in the throat to show them just how sweet I am.
  5. If I were 21 I’d try out for the WWE Women’s division.
  6. I eat like a frat boy some days.
  7. I curse like a sailor most days.
  8. I got 99 bobby pins, but I can’t find one.
  9. I hate Christmas.
  10. I don’t like surprises.
  11. People always ask me how I got to be as confident as I am, but I’m actually insecure about almost everything I do.
  12. I have probably seen every single episode of Law & Order SVU and NCIS.
  13. I feel closer to God when I go running than when I go to church.
  14. I think I’ve gained back nearly every pound I lost this summer.
  15. I, too, wonder, Do white people have cousins? 

What do you have to confess? 


How to Slay Your Day

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Yesterday sucked.

Not only did Alabama lose the Iron Bowl, but my refrigerator died and hubs and I had to spend LOTS of money to buy a new one (which we won’t get for 10 days).

Since my weekend was off to such a terrible start, I was sure all of it would be a bust, but I woke up this morning and just starting slaying my to-do list!

Even if you didn’t have to spend your Saturday night shopping for expensive appliances, you may be in a bad mood today because you’ve had some extra time off for Thanksgiving and tomorrow you have to go back to the daily grind. Well, I want to give you my top five tips for slaying your day so you can go into this work week with confidence.