Do you work in competitive and demanding environment? I did and still do, to a degree, as a freelancer. I spent the first half of my 18+ year career worried, paranoid, and feeling inadequate. Isn’t that sad?! I spend the beginning of the second half practicing being a cool, confident contributor and after that things started getting good!
My transformation started with a caring, helpful mentor who believed in me and encouraged me to Continue reading →
About a month ago I posted about my personal experience using My Artist’s Way Toolkit. You can find out about it and read my thoughts here. If you are interested in trying it out for FREE for one month you can use this promo code: BLOGHER (all in caps). You will be asked to add your credit card info but will NOT be charged for your one month free trial! Cool, huh?! Try it, your creativity will thank you!!!
I have been eager to participate in a Blogher Book Club campaign since I have known about them and been eligible. It’s paid book club and a professional blog assignment, so exciting!
Review of My Artist’s Way Toolkit
This was the second one to come along of interest to me and I jumped at it. You must be fast ladies! These campaigns fill up quickly. I have a little confession… I am pretty new to blogging and writing and come from the visual arts world, so I am little naive to things most veterans probably know all about. I assumed The Artists Way was for visual artists. I had even been meaning to check out the book. My assumption was not correct but also not exactly incorrect.
I like Parade magazine! While my husband grabs the sports section, the section with the police beat, and the Best Buy circular I grab the funny’s (my favorites are “For Better or For Worse” and Family Circus) and Parade. Walter Scott’s Personality Parade, Parade Picks, Ask Marilyn, you know you love it too! Anyway this summer they had a Happiness Quiz (I am also a sucker for quizzes). If you haven’t taken the quiz and would like to, click on this link and then come back for my wisdom… Continue reading →