I just met my the banner of my dreams thanks to Adam Sendek, Designer Extraordinaire. See the masterpiece above! I just want to give a shout-out to Adam over at The Chowderhead for his artistic talent and vision. I want to personally thank him for sticking with me and creating something far and beyond what I imagined. … Continue reading I Met the Banner of My Dreams – Thank you, Adam!
My seven-year-old son, Skyler, has a behavioral chart at school. The main obstacle to achieving four stickers, the highest level of success, has been narrowed down to mostly one thing, completing his journal. He either doesn't write in the journal or doesn't read the journal out loud to the class when requested. I've felt bewildered … Continue reading Write Like No One Is Reading
Last week, we discussed our writing habits. Thank you to all who shared their tips and experiences. Indeed, it's different for everyone. Many of us still depend on our trusty notebooks. And, it looks like I'm not the only one with bad handwriting. Many of you discussed the process of thinking and writing with pen … Continue reading Once Upon a Bumble: What’s in Your Writer’s Tool Kit?
Welcome to the weekly forum, Once Upon a Bumble. Last week, I was contemplating the when of writing. Today, I want to explore writing habits, as this may very well dictate the when of our writing. In my writing experience, I have what I like to call a dual process. I usually begin with my … Continue reading Once Upon a Bumble: What’s Your Writing Habit?
Welcome, my fellow blogging friends to another episode of Once Upon a Bumble. If you are just joining us for the first time, welcome. For those who joined last week in our forum discussion, first I want to say I'm amazed with the overwhelming response. I say it's free advice for me, but I do … Continue reading Once Upon a Bumble: When do you write?