• November 2016
    This is a great perspective, and count me in. I have noticed an absolute epidemic of "your" instead of "you're" in posts supporting Trump. The occasional typo or spell check is one thing, but who can take anyone who so consistently butchers the...
  • July 2016
    I find there is a certain anxiety connected to letting go of perfection, but it is far less than the anxiety of perfectionism itself, and the one I am getting better at living with. Like anything else, some days are better than others, but it's...
  • July 2016
    I am convinced the number one impediment is time, and think the most helpful thing is remind people it is not a book report like in school, just, as you said, a one liner and/or some stars. Because I think the second thing is apathy. People who...
  • July 2016
    Love #4- Own your expertise. I have two advanced degrees but feel more of an expert on the emotion of infertility and pregnancy loss, subject of my memoir, than anything else. Which dovetails with #5 as I've been thinking about how best to approach...
  • June 2016
    Someday I will write a book about all the ways running teaches, affirms, and sustains me, including, of course, writing! :) 
  • March 2016
    I just sent a note of additional thanks, and apology, to someone who was gracious enough to plow through my War and Peace-length memoir and offer thoughtful and generous constructive feedback. Once I started (more) revisions, in part due to her...
  • February 2016
    Thank you, this is lovely, touching, and encouraging. Compassionate indeed. I'm sorry for the loss of your sister, who certainly sounds all these things as well. xo
  • February 2016
    Great article, thank you. I found Objective Correlatives especially helpful. : )
  • January 2016
    What Donna Drew Sawyer said, feels more personal to the recipient.

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