Kymmie Cartledge is a See Jane Write Collective member that I brag on a lot. In addition to being a member, Kymmie is also a former coaching client of mine and during the time that we worked together, Kymmie started a business from scratch and planned her first event — a vision board workshop — which was a smashing success.
But she was just getting started.
Today is National Clean Off Your Desk Day and you should celebrate by, well, cleaning off your desk!
And there are plenty of good reasons why you should clean your desk and your workspace often and not just once a year.
Merriam-Webster defines intuition as “quick and ready insight; the power or faculty of attaining to direct knowledge or cognition without evident rational thought and inference.”
Sometimes we call intuition a sixth sense or a gut instinct. And there’s no shortage of anecdotes about the power of female intuition. But could tuning into your intuition make you a better writer?
Stephen King once said, “If you don’t have time to read, you don’t have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that.”
We writers know that reading is one of the best ways to improve our craft, yet we often fail to make the time to do it. Frankly, many of us even fail to make the time to write!
But reading can benefit us in more ways than we know and making time to read may be easier than we think.
Girl, it’s time to level up.
My inner voice has been saying this to me a lot lately. My husband and my best friend have been telling me this, too. And I’ve decided to listen to all of them.
That’s why I chose “GROWTH” as
my word for 2020 and that’s why I’ve set 10 goals for 2020 that will take me to the next level in every area of my life.