Month: April 2020

How to Use Facebook Groups to Build Your Brand

Starting a Facebook group was one of the best decisions I made in my efforts to grow See Jane Write — both the blog and the business.

Since 2011, I’ve grown See Jane Write from a BlogSpot blog and small local women’s writing group into an award-winning website and profitable business with members and clients around the world. And one of the keys to my success was the See Jane Write Network Facebook group.


Member of the Month: Dr. Millie Jackson

To put it plainly, See Jane Write Collective member Dr. Millie Jackson is smart. Really smart. She has a Ph.D. in English as well as graduate degrees in storytelling, health education, and library and information science. She’s also a certified coach, yoga teacher, reiki master, and labyrinth facilitator.

Her resume alone is enough to make her Member of the Month, but what makes Millie such a great addition to the See Jane Write tribe is how she blends all of her knowledge together as she searches for ways to live life to the fullest and shares this journey through her writing.

For about 10 years she blogged at  about her health and wellness journey as a distance triathlete and then a yoga student and teacher. She’s in the process of launching a new site at that will focus on writing, storytelling, and positive psychology coaching.

 In the meantime, she’s busy leading workshops on writing for wellness. In late April she’s leading a virtual writing for wellness session exclusively for See Jane Write Collective members!

When See Jane Write hosted its first in-person meetup in Tuscaloosa, Alabama in summer of 2019, Millie was there and has been a loyal part of the group ever since.

Read on to get to know Dr. Millie Jackson.


Goal Setting in Times of Uncertainty

If you’ve known me for a long time or even a little while, you know I’m obsessed with goal setting. As a friend of mine once said, my goals have goals. And she’s right. I’m a goal digger.

It’s April 1, so, of course, I’ve set some goals for the new month and the new quarter.

But I almost didn’t.