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Journal to Solve Life Problems (independent publisher ebook information in post)

Hello everyone,

It's finally here, How to Journal Now (To Solve Life Problems): A Guided Journal Workshop is in the shop. Here is a video about my journaling process and how it can work for you too.

I know I've got a Elvis Sneer on my face. Oh well, I guess it's got swag. Uh Oh, I used the words swag...

This book can be purchased through my google sites page

Signing Off,


Little round weavings for the Holidays.

These were so much fun to make! I love weaving. It feels natural for me to do since I use both hands in a mindful way. Thats good for my left handedness. More information can be found on my Tumblr Miniblog SWJREADS where I take pictures of my work in progress and of finished items. I also write a little bit about the process too.

Freshen Up Your Writing: Outline to meet Word Count for Deadlines

Freshen Up Your Writing: Outline to meet Word Count for Deadlines

Hi Writer friends,

Why Meet Word Count?
It’s November again, National Novel Writing month, i.e. NaNoWriMo only has one more week left and people need some way to get through the slog and finish their word count goal of 50,000 words, the length of a short novel.

November 30th is the deadline for NaNoWriMo. Though any deadline can be met with this refreshing way to reach word count. Any word count goal large or small can be met with this outlining method that is flexible and fluid.

If you are writing a novel you may find it more helpful to break up your word count goal into 1,000 words as novels have word counts in Thousands. For NaNoWriMo, 50,000 words in a month is quite a task. Sneaking 50 words at a time breaks it down and adds up especially if you write in short bursts of time.

What to Meet Word count For.
NaNoWriMo is only a few weeks long and if people want to reach their word count, they need a system in plac…

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