Life is a lot different than it was even just a year ago! We're again navigating the unknowns of life after having it defined by the military for so long.
While this site will continue to provide support and encouragement for military spouses, it's time to stretch and grow a little bit...again.
I want to share about what else is important in my life, other things I'm battling through, like reinventing yourself as your children grow up and leave, whether it 'fits' the niche I've carved out in the interwebs space or not. I suspect this change won't be noticeable to folks who arrive here via a popular Pinterest pin (Hiya! Thanks for stopping by) or maybe anyone but me, perhaps. Read More
I was surprised to learn that 1 in 5 Americans works from home at least part-time, according to Forbes. In fact, that number is expected to only increase over the next five years, by an estimated 63%! Read More
I read a lot of articles and blog posts in the course of a given week. Some good, some mediocre, some not worth reading past the first few sentences, and some that show a lot of promise but need work. And every once in a while, something so outstanding that I text my publisher, "You've got to read this!"
So...how to write an article that will get noticed by editors? Read More
I've worked from home for several year now and I've learned so much--not only professionally, but about myself, setting limits, and much much more. Read More
"How do I get published?"
I'm asked that question often. Read More
So...you love writing? Is your greatest dream to be published? There IS something affirming about having someone else (besides your mom!) like your work and want to put it in print, whether online or in a traditional print publication. Read More
I think you know if you're a writer.
You can't NOT write. Read More
One of the most important things I've discovered as an adult is to keep on learning, to continue discovering, to nurture that sense of wonder and excitement about life. There is always something new to learn, and we have never 'arrived'. Read More