My First Novel Journey

Oh, Hey

It's been two months since my last post?! I haven't blogged in so long, and for good reasons. 1.I GOT A NEW JOB. (Check that off my quarterly goals list!) I'm now a graphic designer/marketing associate with a bank in the greater Boston area. It is a massive improvement from my first job in terms… Continue reading Oh, Hey

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My First Novel Journey, Random Thoughts, Random Posts

Quarterly Goal Reflection

I'd like to say this was the first time I've set goals and achieved them all, but sadly, I only achieved a couple. Unfortunately, I didn't achieve any of my writing goals. However, I did make serious progress on my outline. I was looking for my post where I shared my quarterly goals for last… Continue reading Quarterly Goal Reflection

Random Thoughts, Random Posts

Bye Toxicity

I've started noticing something lately. While we are all guilty of what I am about to talk about, some are far more guilty than others. This is especially true when it comes to the work place. Imagine this: It's Monday and you've just set your stuff down on your desk as you arrive to work,… Continue reading Bye Toxicity

My First Novel Journey

Dealing With Distractions

Balance is hard to find. Just two weeks ago, I slaved over my chapter outline seven nights a week for hours on end, feeling closer and closer to finishing. The past two weeks? Well...I've started redrawing my map for the islands since it's changed from the beginning, and no, my chapter outline isn't done. I've… Continue reading Dealing With Distractions

Random Thoughts, Random Posts

Mother’s Day

Usually I update on my goals, but because of this special day and my less-than great progress on those goals, I'm going to choose to do otherwise. Today is Mother's Day! I'm the furthest thing away from being a mother possible. With tons of student debt, a boyfriend who may or may not fear commitment… Continue reading Mother’s Day

Random Thoughts, Random Posts

Early vs. Late Twenties

If there's anything I could tell my 21 year-old self now as a 26 year-old, I would tell her life gets way better in your late twenties.  Minus paying for your own health insurance and being enslaved to your student loans.  That will always feel like a root canal without the drugs. At 26 years-old, you've finally begun… Continue reading Early vs. Late Twenties