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…)
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…)
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…)
Before I became a full-time freelance writer, I juggled being a high school English teacher with regularly writing stories for half a dozen different publications.
Now that I freelance full time, my schedule can be just as busy as I’m doing freelance journalism for publications, freelance content writing for businesses and non-profits and working to grow the See Jane Write brand and community.
Related Reading: What Life as a Full-Time Freelance Writer Is Really Like
So, how do I keep track of everything? How do I make sure I’m meeting my deadlines, growing my personal brand, and still making time for self-care and hanging out with hubs? Two words — Day Designer!
*This post includes affiliate links, which means if you make a purchase from these links I will receive a commission.(more…)
Brace yourself. I’m about to blog about journaling – again. A few months ago on Instagram, I stumbled upon the Same Page Journal, a couples journal designed by husband and wife team Alex and Caitlin Godwin to help couples practice healthy and intentional communication.
Time with my journal and time with my boo? Sign me up!(more…)