This week my quotes have to do with persevering even when you feel inadequate or not ready or filled with anxiety (the latter is me most of the time). This morning I interviewed Tessa Hadley, a UK author who has had a prolific career writing short stories (many are published at The New Yorker) and…
This week's picture shows how frost crystals form on low-lying garden plants.
Christmas isn't always "the most wonderful time of the year." Here are some tips for managing the holiday season with a chronic illness.
I've been reading Tessa Hadley's work in preparation for an interview, and am really enjoying her writing and perspective.
Two frosty photos from a morning photo shoot in the perennial garden.
It's not an issue of being a 'good' person for giving up social media or a 'bad' person for using it regularly. Just as long as it's a choice you've made, and not one that social media has made for you.
Today's quote is from Esi Edugyan's Washington Black, for which she won her second Giller Prize this year.
There was something about their formation their shape against the grey sky, that made me madly swing my camera up to try and capture an image.
Writers with chronic illnesses, whether that's fibromyalgia, mental health issues, ALS, multiple sclerosis, etc., often feel like we are seriously limited in our ability to produce quality work. Here are five tips to help you do what you can without using up all of your spoons.
Today's quote is from the #NationalClimateAssessment, which is important reading for everyone.