When you're a creative, you need a creative place to work. Otherwise, how do you get your neurons firing each day? Maybe my workspace won't show up in a magazine, but it encourages my brain to function in the delightfully strange ways I love.
Book 71 of 75 for 2021: Leigh Bardugo's Six of Crows
One of the biggest struggles people face is getting enough rest. Without enough time in deep and REM sleep, you end up lethargic and exhausted day after day. And if you're sleep hygiene's out of control, those blissful hours or dreaming will continue to elude you.
Book 70 of 75 for 2021: Bethany C. Morrow's A Chorus Rises
No one should stop learning. Imbibing knowledge is what makes you a better person. You can always find different sources to feed your brain. And if you're a freelance writer? One of those places is the Freelance Writers Den. Which just happens to be open for membership for a few more days.
Book 69 of 75 for 2021: Kristin Cashore's Graceling
With Squeak, we always have questions. How much does he hear? Is he going to clock his noggin when he overestimates that jumps onto the chair? Is he crying because he woke from a nightmare? When it comes to his memory, though, we know the answer: it resets within a few minutes. With one exception: he always remembers where his seasonal sleeping spots are.
My first submission to CRY Magazine was published!
Nothing's more important than finding ways to destress. And while your "flavor" may not always prove successful at that, nothing beats a rousing game night. You get laughter, shrieking, and comradery. It's the perfect way to get together with family and friends - assuming you still have friends by the end of the night.
Everyone finds themselves intrigued by and fanning over SOMETHING. Before you know it, you've purchased every book in a series, watched every movie, and collected every piece of memorabilia you can lay your fingers on. And - if you're a writer - you might have dabbled at playing around in the world. Fan fiction's one of the best ways to job you're writing brain. And you never know when it'll lead you to the next best idea.