Category Archives: Writing

A Mindful Life

Here in this life be mindful.   Wear that dress that you are saving.   Tell the girl in HR that she has a really nice sweater on, ask where she got it (maybe she has a coupon?)   Get angry at injustice (and do something about it).   Say NO, and use it as…

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Adult Colouring Books will End Me

I was all ready to write you a little diddy and get back in the saddle. I had a list of prompts that were going to help me on my way, my cat was by my side, and things were rollin’ down the river. Well… now I can’t remember the password to my email. I…

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Lose the Cape – Never Will I Ever

Do you see that fancy new widget on my sidebar? The what on your what what? Okay… sorry. The new image at the side of my blog? THAT is the new book I’m in and I couldn’t be happier! I’m telling a story of my experiences before having a child, and then after. Lawd a…

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Road Side Assistance

Last Thursday was a beautiful, very hot, gorgeous day. It was the type of day that made you want to get a cool drink, blow up your floaty, put on your swimsuit, and lay on the water all day. It was a high of 36 degrees here in Ontario, with warnings about the humidity, and…

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What Do I Believe?

10 Simple things I believe 1. I believe that people are born genuine. 2. I believe beauty is from the inside out.   3. I believe I was not put on earth to clean up socks and underwear my entire life.   4. I believe in equality.   5. I believe in a good cup…

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These Words I Write

I have been submitting to a lot of places lately in order to have my writing read from different venues and while some have been very welcoming with great feedback, others have told me I’m not a good “fit” for what they are looking for. My words don’t flow with what they are currently presenting….

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Today is the Day!!

Today is the day! Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor, the Anthology I have contributed to, is available! This Anthology by Alyson Rennick Herzig and Jessica McNeill Azar will help you see mental illness through the eyes of someone who has been there. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it will pull at…

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Write for Your Biggest Fan

The piece had done relatively well on my site and I was proud of stepping outside of my usual poetic type of writing. So I clicked over to the one site* I had idolized for so long, the place I wanted to see one of my posts, and hit submit. I checked my mail hourly…

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UncommonGoods this Mother’s Day

I’m not someone who expects something on Mother’s Day; a nice card, a craft, and some family time is fine for me. But if there was more out there that appealed to me I might be interested in a gift, a small token of appreciation, a little gem from the hearts of those I care…

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Category Archives: Writing

A Mindful Life

Here in this life be mindful.   Wear that dress that you are saving.   Tell the girl in HR that she has a really nice sweater on, ask where she got it (maybe she has a coupon?)   Get angry at injustice (and do something about it).   Say NO, and use it as…

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Adult Colouring Books will End Me

I was all ready to write you a little diddy and get back in the saddle. I had a list of prompts that were going to help me on my way, my cat was by my side, and things were rollin’ down the river. Well… now I can’t remember the password to my email. I…

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Lose the Cape – Never Will I Ever

Do you see that fancy new widget on my sidebar? The what on your what what? Okay… sorry. The new image at the side of my blog? THAT is the new book I’m in and I couldn’t be happier! I’m telling a story of my experiences before having a child, and then after. Lawd a…

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Road Side Assistance

Last Thursday was a beautiful, very hot, gorgeous day. It was the type of day that made you want to get a cool drink, blow up your floaty, put on your swimsuit, and lay on the water all day. It was a high of 36 degrees here in Ontario, with warnings about the humidity, and…

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What Do I Believe?

10 Simple things I believe 1. I believe that people are born genuine. 2. I believe beauty is from the inside out.   3. I believe I was not put on earth to clean up socks and underwear my entire life.   4. I believe in equality.   5. I believe in a good cup…

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These Words I Write

I have been submitting to a lot of places lately in order to have my writing read from different venues and while some have been very welcoming with great feedback, others have told me I’m not a good “fit” for what they are looking for. My words don’t flow with what they are currently presenting….

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Today is the Day!!

Today is the day! Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor, the Anthology I have contributed to, is available! This Anthology by Alyson Rennick Herzig and Jessica McNeill Azar will help you see mental illness through the eyes of someone who has been there. It will make you laugh, it will make you cry, it will pull at…

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Write for Your Biggest Fan

The piece had done relatively well on my site and I was proud of stepping outside of my usual poetic type of writing. So I clicked over to the one site* I had idolized for so long, the place I wanted to see one of my posts, and hit submit. I checked my mail hourly…

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UncommonGoods this Mother’s Day

I’m not someone who expects something on Mother’s Day; a nice card, a craft, and some family time is fine for me. But if there was more out there that appealed to me I might be interested in a gift, a small token of appreciation, a little gem from the hearts of those I care…

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