I recently released a new edition of my book, Your Legacy of Words: The Workbook. This is a tool I’ve used in conjunction with several legacy writing (personal and family history) classes. On my Facebook page, a keen reader said:
Having a “to-do” list is great. Having a “to-do” list is terrible. Both are true. Organized and Purposeful If you’ve read this blog, even a few times, you likely know that I am a big believer in creativity being sustained
This is a very brief post, but it was something on my mind, and I thought (perhaps) it would be of interest to you. I am in the midst of moving. Not a long-distance move, like ones in the past.
I always say, when teaching about process, that there are as many ways to accomplish the act of piling up pages of text as there are writers. Inevitably, though, I get two questions: 1. How do YOU do it? and