Every December I not only set goals for the upcoming year, but I choose a word for the year, too. I knew what my word for 2021 would be before we were halfway through 2020.(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…)
So here we are. It’s December — the final month of the most craptastic year of my life. Nonetheless, I’m determined to make the most of this month and finish the year strong.
Here’s how you can, too.(more…)
If you know me well, you know I love choosing a word for the year. And I’ve gotten many members of the See Jane Write community in the practice of doing the same. One of my coaching clients has already picked her word for 2021. She chose UNDAUNTED.
That’s such a fantastic word. It’s both beautiful and powerful. Even though I chose my word for 2021 months ago (I’ll share it with you next month), I’ve been thinking a lot about how to embody and embrace the idea of being undaunted, too.(more…)
Sometimes I stand in the mirror and look at myself and say – out loud – “Girl, you need to do better!”
There are so many things about my writerpreneur life that I need to whip into shape.(more…)