From very early on in my blogging days, I've scheduled almost all of my posts ahead of time. Another pattern has been that I don't usually write a post all in one sitting. My writing output varies, but often it doesn't keep up with the ideas that I want to write about (although that's not… Continue reading What’s In Your Drafts Folder?
Bloggers write — that's what we do. But I'm guessing there are a great many differences in the way we write, regardless of what we write about. Here's a look at my writing process, and I'm curious to know about yours. Where do you write? In term of physical location, I write in my bedroom,… Continue reading What’s Your Writing Process?
There are plenty of rules out there on the internet about how you "should" write. Well, I say shoulds are just another form of cognitive distortion, so it's time to kick some of those rules to the curb and replace them with anti-rules for writing. Write every day Apparently this is something you're supposed to… Continue reading My Anti-Rules for Writing
Image by JL G from Pixabay Here we are on WordPress, all of us as writers. But what does that writing identity look like? I thought I'd do this post to take a closer look into my own. I've always liked to write. When I was young, as in elementary school young I liked to write stories. One… Continue reading Who I Am as a Writer
Aaron Burden on Unsplash During my recent beach vacation, I decided to go almost entirely offline, but I still wanted to keep writing. That meant rocking it old school with paper and pen. It felt very different writing on paper, something I seldom do anymore. I'm typically not particularly linear in my writing; I like… Continue reading How and Why I Write