Like many writers, writing isn’t something I’m able to do full-time at this stage. While I don’t have a 9-5 job, I homeschool my teen and consider that my first priority. We’re mostly natural learners which means he follows his passions rather than having formal lessons. So learning time stretches from when he gets up
On a rabbit trail of TED talks (as is so easy to do!), I stumbled across this gem. Ken Hughes (who has an adorable Irish accent ) took on the challenge of doing one new thing every day for 365 days, and talked about how it fueled his creativity. Definitely food for thought!
I know I spend too much time on social media, particularly Facebook. But when you see your time spent in black and white, it’s quite confronting. I have a program called RescueTime on my computer, which tracks my usage of applications and sends me an email each week summarising my minutes. I installed it during a
After two awesome weeks playing at being a journalist at the Scout Jamboree, I’m back and ready to kick butt this year. Last year was an amazing year – I want this year to be even better. So far it’s starting that way, having been nominated in the Australian Romance Readers Awards in the Member’s Choice Favourite
This year seems to have flown by! And looking back, what an exciting year it’s been for me, writing-wise. I made it into the Little Gems anthology for 2015 I was a finalist in the RWA Emerald awards I self-published my first publications – one short story and two novellas I signed my 1st contract