3 Things You Should Know About My Book, Find Your Way Back

Sharing my debut essay collection Find Your Way Back with the world will definitely go down as one of the most joyous moments of my life.

Not only are folks buying the book but they’re reading it, too! (Don’t pretend you read every book you buy. I know I don’t!)

What has made me happiest is that several people have said my book makes them want to write. That’s exactly what I hoped it would do.

If you’re still not sure if Find Your Way Back is a good book to add to your TBR list, allow me to share 3 things you should know about my book.


5 Ways to Start Your Journaling Practice

Do you have a consistent journaling practice?

I have a confession. I’m obsessed with journaling. And I want you to be obsessed with journaling, too, because my journaling practice helps me in every single area of my life.   

In my journal, I flesh out ideas for articles, essays, blog posts, social media and the See Jane Write community. 

I use journaling to process my feelings and to better understand myself and the world around me. 

In my journal, I write my prayers, my fears, my hopes, and my dreams. 

I even run to my journal when my husband makes me angry. 

To be clear, I’m not talking about your run-of-the-mill “Dear Diary” kind of journaling. When I journal, I’m not just jotting down a recap of my day. I’m writing with intention. And this type of journaling can be transformative. 

If you’re interested in beginning your own journaling practice, here are some ways to get started.