Zora Neale Hurston once said, “There are years that ask questions and years that answer.” I can already tell that 2021 will be a year of answers. Here are 3 things I learned this month.(more…)
December is the new January.
For a long time that was a motto of mine about the final month of the year. This mantra meant that in December I should start setting myself up for a successful new year.
But in 2020, December is the new January simply means I want to pretend this dumpster fire of a year is already over!
Regardless of your attitude about December, there are four things I think every writer should do this month.(more…)
My #1 goal for December has nothing to do with writing. My top priority for next month is to deep clean and de-clutter my house. And I will be making plans for redecorating and revamping our landscaping in 2021.
One thing that 2020 has taught me is there’s no place like home.(more…)
I was in college when I first started writing my prayers. And writing has been a part of my spiritual practice ever since.
The year 2020 has taken a toll on my spiritual life. I started this year going to church every day— literally.(more…)
Whether you’re looking for a gift for a woman writer in your life or for yourself, the See Jane Write Gift Guide has you covered.
I must confess, however, that this gift guide is stacked with items that I either already own or plan to add to my holiday wish list. But that just means that even though this post includes a few affiliate links and I will get a commission if you make a purchase from those links, every opinion you read here is all mine.(more…)