Roe v Wade

Abortion. It has come across my desk that the Supreme Court is revisiting Roe v Wade. Now this is important for two reasons. First, it entered the bubble I surround myself with. You know the one. That bubble you surround yourself in to keep the world out so you can get what you need done.Continue reading “Roe v Wade”


Yeppers, I said chores. The definition of a chore according to the Merriam-Webster online dictionary is: Definition of chore 1: chores plural: the regular or daily light work of a household or farm 2: a routine task or job: The children were each assigned household chores. 3: a difficult or disagreeable task: doing taxes can be a real chore Anything can becomeContinue reading “Chores”

Essential Self-Care Tactics for Busy Entrepreneurs

Making time for self-care can be tricky these days, especially for entrepreneurs who run every aspect of their business themselves. When you’re building something of your own, it is important to be as involved in the daily operations as possible, but doing so can also cause burnout, stress, anxiety, and trouble concentrating on your work;Continue reading “Essential Self-Care Tactics for Busy Entrepreneurs”


Once upon a time I believed the more details you wrote into a story the better it would be. I firmly believed in descriptiveness. The more the better. Anton Chekov said something like, “Don’t tell me the moon had risen, tell me about how you see the glint of the moon’s shine in the mirrorContinue reading “Details”

How to Balance Self-Care With Your Remote Side Hustle

Starting a side hustle can be a great stepping-stone towards running your own business full-time or even just making some extra cash along with your main vocation. Either way, keeping up with a side hustle means dedicating a large chunk of your free time to maintaining a small business. Practicing good self-care habits can beContinue reading “How to Balance Self-Care With Your Remote Side Hustle”

The Slap

I am sure the incident where Will Smith slapped Chris Rock at the Oscars will forever be labeled as “The Slap.” I must admit, I don’t watch the Oscars anymore. Haven’t in years. At one point they were the top piece of entertainment each year but as I got older, they changed. The Oscars haveContinue reading “The Slap”

Once Again, We Kill Literary Babies

An interesting concept if you are a writer. The term has been assigned to Stephen King in his book on writing. A book I must admit I have never read. However, I ran across this terminology several years ago and came to believe in it. So, what exactly is meant by “killing your babies?” TheContinue reading “Once Again, We Kill Literary Babies”

Dry Spells

When you create for a living, you will experience dry spells. Those times when nothing is coming out of the brain factory. I know this for a fact. Well, at least for me. Like right now. I have been writing blogposts for years now. Have written them from as little as three hundred words toContinue reading “Dry Spells”

Guitar Music

It is well known among my friends that I love guitars. Love the instrument itself as well as the music it puts out. I have found over the years I can embrace all the styles used by guitar impresarios. I have listened to it all. Heavy metal, rock ‘n’ roll, big band, swing, bluegrass, countryContinue reading “Guitar Music”


I am currently undergoing something I had not considered when I started as a collaborator and an editor. Attitude. Now, I’m not talking about myself and my writers possessing a bad attitude towards each other. Nor am I saying my writers have a bad attitude. What I am saying is attitude effects writing – goodContinue reading “Attitude”