Tag Archive: Steven Pressfield

In which I stagger back onto the field, pretending my limp is an intentional pimp-strut.

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“Most of us have two lives. The life we live, and the unlived life within us. Between the two stands Resistance.” -Steven Pressfield, THE WAR OF ART  AKA Mandatory Reading for EVERYBODY. If… Continue reading

Do The Work

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I’ve just written a list of things I need to get done. Things hanging over my head like a piano dangling from a flimsy cord and I’m standing on a big, red X.… Continue reading

Start. Finish. Ship.

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This post is late. I blame our new puppy. If you read my personal blog, you’ll know what a big deal getting a new dog is for our family. Instead of writing this… Continue reading

Buyer Be Aware: Good and Bad Writing Investments

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When it comes to writing and the writer’s life, there are good  and bad investments of our time and money. Knowing the difference can be tricky, and sometimes you get burned. This week,… Continue reading

Learning to Enjoy the Writing Roller Coaster

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It’s confession time here at PLC again, and let’s just say August was a bit of a roller coaster month. Up and down the track I traveled in my little roller coaster car.… Continue reading

Wakey, Wakey.

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Are you squandering your life?

Fitting Creativity into a Busy Life

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By Amy K. Nichols “When God made time, he made plenty of it.” ~ Irish saying I’m a writer. I’m mom to two young children and wife to one big kid. I work… Continue reading

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