It’s no secret I’m a big fan of bullet journaling. My writing bullet journal is my number one tool for achieving my writing goals. Also, I love the smell of a fresh notebook and an excuse to play with markers. View this post on Instagram Mmm. New bullet journal smell. . #bulletjournaladdict #bulletjournaling #writinglife #authorlife […]
I was slow to jump on the word-of-the-year bandwagon. A lot of my friends love the idea but setting concrete goals and plans has always worked well for me – I didn’t see the point. Last year I gave it a whirl just to see what the fuss is about. That’s when I realized
It’s nearly the end of 2018, folks. It’s been a great year for me writing-wise. Looking Back at 2018 2018 in Writing I published my second board book, I Pray Today, and I had my first-ever blog tour. I revised my novel and got two new work for hire picture book contracts –
Right now I’m participating in the 12 Days of Christmas Challenge for Writers. Each day there’s a small reflection. Yesterday I shared the Day 2 reflection on Instagram. View this post on Instagram Day 2 of the 12 Days of Christmas Challenge for writer's by @juliefhedlund is about what surprised you in the past year.
Today I excited to share the third part of my series on bullet journaling: collections to add to your writing bullet journal. But before we jump in, if you aren’t familiar with Bullet Journaling read part 1. I’ll wait. Ok, ready to rock your bullet journal? Here we go! What is a Collection? Just
I’m a bullet journal and planning junkie. Working out the exact right system for maximum joy and productivity is 1000% my jam. Over the last few years, I’ve worked out a system that helps me make the most of my writing time, keep track of multiple projects, and meet my goals. Today I’m really excited to
Many people set New Years Resolutions. When you set resolutions the right way, you can push yourself to achieve big things. But there’s one trap we all fall into when setting resolutions and goals. Let me give you an example. My biggest 2017 goal was to get a literary agent. An agent will help me achieve my larger career
Two years ago I had only one resolution: submit a manuscript to an editor before the year was up. Any manuscript. Any editor. I didn’t expect it to lead to anything. I just needed to get over my fear and do it. That turned into my first book contract. (To be published next year!) None