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Weekly Update: Week 26

April 24, 2021

Obviously this is no longer a 'weekly blog', but my hope is I get back into writing more.

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Weekly Update: Week 17

February 17, 2021

I can finally say I've had a productive week of writing. Have I actually published anything on my site? No. But, I have actually put words down.

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Weekly Update: Week 11

January 6, 2021

With a new year, comes New Year's Resolutions! Of course 1 of them is related to writing and so far off to a good start!

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Weekly Update: Week 10

December 21, 2020

This is the second week in a row where I haven't published anything beyond these blogs. I think it's time to reassess my writing plan.

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Weekly Update: Week 8

December 7, 2020

This week I stepped outside my normal flash fiction into something more fantasy/ sci-fi in an attempt to try out a character I've had in mind for a series.

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Weekly Update: Week 1

October 5, 2020

Week 1 of my weekly check-ins on all things creative in my life. I got here through a variety of changes on this site, we'll see if this one sticks!

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Explore your home

August 5, 2018

I had thought I was being more perceptive in my every day life. Until I came back from vacation and reemerged from behind my camera lens.

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The DMV

July 11, 2018

The stigma facing the DMV has turned it into a dreaded hell-hole. Or at least in my mind. But by the time I left, I wasn't counting the hours spent there. Instead, it was how many excited new drivers I had seen.

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Your perspective is a funny thing

May 20, 2018

People's perspective on the same thing can drastically change how they approach that thing. Explaining your side is one part, actually listening when the other explains their side is another.

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Change in Reading = Change in Writing?

April 22, 2018

I haven't sat down to read a physical book in years. So is it surprising I can't sit down and write one? My mind occasionally stays on the current project, but often winds up somewhere else. Perhaps it's time for Flash Fiction?

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