Lessons As A Twenty-Something

I watched some of the NFL draft last night and couldn’t help to think about how these players made it. The majority of them must have had fantasies about being a professional football player since childhood and now, some at the ripe age of even 21, their dreams came true.  All of their hard work,... Continue Reading →

“No, What Do You Really Do For Fun?”

“I read and write, Grandma!” My 95-year-old grandmother just wasn’t buying it.  In our last phone call, the conversion led to shows we watch on television and what I do on the weekends.  I responded with some cooking shows and The Bachelor (duh), and of course, reading and writing.  I think she finally just gave... Continue Reading →

What’s In Your Brain?

Creative writing is really awesome.  You know why?  Typically, all you need is your brain and either a pen and paper or a computer to type.  Don’t get me wrong, I enjoy writing my papers for class and learning about different topics from my research, but there is something about just sitting down and spewing... Continue Reading →

“I’m Too Busy To Write.”

There you go, I said the “B” word.  Now, don’t tell me you have never said that to yourself because I’m pretty positive that it has already at least crossed your mind, and if somehow it hasn’t, it’s quite inevitable to occur at some point in your writerly life. Since starting a new full-time job... Continue Reading →

Animals And Yoga And Me

So far I have enjoyed sharing several pieces of my writing with the world of WordPress and I thought I would take this time to introduce  myself properly and say a couple things about me (if anyone would like to read about my life).   I am currently a graduate student pursuing my master’s degree... Continue Reading →

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