Having writer’s block is one of the worst experiences that a writer or someone whose career involves writing have to battle. Being unable to put together thoughts and ideas that you can create into a story, article, or a column, is equally worse. I haven’t had the (physical) energy and (mental) motivation to sit down hammer … More Back to the Beginning: The Juice Days
Insightful things come to mind when you think little of it. Like a loud “shake you out of your bed” crackle of thunder in the middle of the night, you stop in your virtual footprint and wonder “Huh. I haven’t thought of that.” That moment came this morning as I was working on a project. … More What Has Become of the Pencil?
As December has arrived, I’ve forgot to mark the 1st blog-(ann)-iversary of this site. I try not to wax poetic on it, but when I decided to “go all in” on writing this full time, I was unsure if I could do this on a consistent basis. Coming up with topics, managing the site, using … More A Year in Review
Tonight, I pulled out an old notebook that I use from time to time, to add some thoughts and ideas so I won’t forget them. I noticed something deeply disturbing… …my handwriting is sloppy. As someone who prides on having good handwriting and penmanship, I felt horrified by how my writing has deteriorated over the … More The lost art of handwriting
Rebecca Thorman is the well-renowned writer for the popular blog Modite, that delves into career and life conversations. I have recently started to read her blog and have added her to my RSS feed last week for my “must-read” list. Two months ago, Rebecca wrote a blog that has made me stop and think about … More Blogger or a Writer? What am I?