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week in review: this is what exhausted looks like

Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets, so I can feel like I accomplished something last week. I DID accomplish some things last week, despite the lack of pictures. Promise. Worked two decent days at the day job, + a moderately brutal Friday where we started two hours late due to a… Continue reading week in review: this is what exhausted looks like

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week in review: giving some authors the side-eye

Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the usual Monday goodness. I’m afraid I don’t have much to report this week. Grad school started, which is terrifying, but this class is a Foundations for Graduate Success class, so it’s basics on writing, formatting, university policies, etc. Not super-intense, which is probably… Continue reading week in review: giving some authors the side-eye

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week in review: finals week

Linking up with Meghan at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the blogroll. So, this was finals week for my Writing Commercial Fiction class. That kept me pretty occupied. I had a 3,000-word short story to finish revising and submit, plus the discussion boards were due earlier than normal. Just waiting on my grades now. I’m… Continue reading week in review: finals week

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this is what personal growth looks like

Mental shifts are funny things. Sometimes, it takes something major to set them off: a medical problem, losing someone you care about, or another type of personal disaster. Sometimes, it doesn’t take anything to set them off. They just happen, and you’re not always aware of them until after they’ve happened. Sometimes, if you’re lucky,… Continue reading this is what personal growth looks like