I’m continuing to re-edit my memoir and have taken to heart advice I’ve been given by writing coaches and gurus. Telling your own story while remaining objective is an interesting challenge.
Hello readers! I’ve started a blog for my book-in-progress. I’m heavily into the (re)editing process and hope to shop it to agents and publishers again by this summer. Looking forward to Round 2.
BookMartialArts.com, the website I occasionally write for, just retweeted this article. I forgot I’d written it! So, my readers, enjoy it again!
Happy Valentine’s Day! I still feel the same about love and grape soda.
I still need to remind myself of this some days.
Sometimes our darkest moments bring us into the light. What were yours?
Sometimes my yoga teacher will give us a topic to think about as we flow through poses and begin to quiet our bodies and minds. This past week he presented the concept of “true north”&#…
Source: True North
While fitness is one of my highest priorities, I haven’t given up my sweet tooth. Luckily I have found the Holy Grail: a recipe for chocolate chip cookies that are both tasty and SLIGHTLY less harmful than the normal processed white flour crap you’d find on the shelf at the grocery store. It can’t be brown rice and vegetables 24/7. You need to have a little fun.
Continue reading “Chocolate Chip Cookies for Your “Cheat” Days…or Every Day”
Check out this guest post I wrote for BookMartialArts.com: “What to Do When Your Martial Arts Practice Feels Stagnant”
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