Every month, I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in April: what might happen to the novel, film vs. digital, journalling and goalsetting, Norman Rockwell, and more.
The year—the decade—isn’t even two weeks old and it’s already testing my optimism. I keep sitting down to write this post, and I just stare at the blinking cursor, trying to figure out what to say about my goals for the new year, trying to figure out how to say that I’m still hopeful. That despite everything, my goals for this year are more ambitious than they have been for the last few.
It’s been an interesting couple of weeks. I’ve been: realizing | ordering | having | wishing | regrouping | turning | trying | solving | getting | starting
Every month, I share the articles and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in April.
It’s been a while since I checked in on this little project of mine (here’s the explanation for my absence, if you missed it), but I’m happy to say that it’s only the check-ins that I’ve missed. I haven’t been neglecting the reboot itself, and I’m actually kind of impressed with the progress I’ve made in the past few weeks, despite everything.
Things have been… scattered around here for the last couple of weeks, I know. Sorry about that.
Every month, I share the articles, videos, and sites that I found most interesting. Here’s what caught my attention in May.
Well. I did say that September was going to be a busy month, didn’t I?
First off: I’ve made up my mind on my NaNoWriMo project. I’m going to stick with my original plan (a new story that I’m really excited about), and leave the rewrite until later.
The last two weeks! There’s been a lot of introspection. I’ve been: finding | falling | hoping | putting | watching | wishing | thinking | reevaluating | wondering | unsubscribing
After taking a year off from the whole major-goal-setting thing (sort of), I’m ready to get back to it.
I have plans for 2015.