Project management isn't just for big businesses. Trello is perfect for writers to help manage their creative projects. Let me tell you how and why.
We all have hobbies that we enjoy, but what happens when that hobby starts to feel like work or a job? Is that really a bad thing? Let's talk about it.
Since finding my first real job out of college, I've started working with some of the most brilliant people I've ever met. It truly is a privilege. Even so, we all are very strong in our beliefs, opinions, and ideas, and that, of course, bleeds into our work. As I'm sure you can imagine, this … Continue reading 4 ways to change your work environment for the better
I have never been so well dressed in my life. As many of you know, I am still in college, though I just recently signed up for graduation in December (yay!), and being in college I've had the opportunity to join the English Honor Society: Sigma Tau Delta. This offers a wide range of opportunities for all college writers, and I definitely recommend joining if one ever has the opportunity to do so. One perk that I took full advantage of was being able to submit a piece to the national convention, which means I would get a chance to travel out of state, attend a literary convention, and present my piece in front of all my peers and colleagues for my college. Needless to say, I was beyond pumped.
I've always thought I was comfortable in my own skin. I don't embarrass easily. As I demonstrate in the picture below: I'm willing to make a fool of myself for the sake of a laugh. Here I was, at my job, wearing two tree skirts - one as a poncho, one as a skirt - … Continue reading The Girl Who Doesn’t Care, Cares A Lot
Introvert - not synonymous with shyness. An introvert is not characterized by being shy, though that does not mean they aren't. An introvert is someone who finds people, and interacting with them, to be physically and mentally draining, preferring to be alone to recharge. An introvert is not constantly in a state of depression and … Continue reading I’m an introvert, and I’m happy
Yes, people like quality writing. High quality writing skills are wonderful, but they come with time and practice. We're not all born with the skills of Stephen King, and a blog is a wonderful jump off point. If you were to go back into my archives and read the oldest of the posts, I would … Continue reading Why you shouldn’t be scared of starting a blog, despite your writing level
Like I've said many times before, you want to have an over-arching theme to your blog. Having a single theme will gain you a constant following in the beginning, then you can add more diverse content, which will bring in even more viewers from that separate readership. Categories work wonders at this point, and since … Continue reading What adding fanfic has done for my website/blog
I've made plenty of posts regarding blogging, but I beat around the bush a good bit. I focused mainly on why you should set up a blog, rather than on what should go on your blog. Now, I wanna focus on the main reason anyone should have a blog. The cherry on the sundae, the icing on the … Continue reading How to Consistently Generate New Blog Content and Posts
My last blog post was on why an author should have a blog, and now that we have a blog, it's time to talk about how to keep up with it. I'm no expert, but I do know that when you have a blog it becomes your home base. It's a constant representation of who … Continue reading How To Keep Up and Set Up A Blog