Category Archives: Writing about Writing/Working

Posts about writing, writing groups, and working

Getting More Done

I don’t know about you but I am a sucker for organization books and time management books.  Somehow I think that they will change my life and make it so wonderful that it won’t take any effort from me. Okay, … Continue reading

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The Writers Tell All – A blog hop

  Hop, Sally, H O P! I have been nominated by Jennifer Chow to be part of the “Writers Tell All blog hop. I feel honored. Thanks to Jennifer! Participants are asked to answer three questions and then nominate three … Continue reading

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To the Group at the Back of the Class

In February of 2012, I started a blog about my family’s adventures with diabetes.  That blog, The 9 Inch Plate, was the first time I “put myself out there” as a writer.   I, of course, anticipated fame and fortune. … Continue reading

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10 Tips for Working at Home

I love working from home. I have found that there are some rules that should be followed in order to keep your sanity and be productive.  The following are ten of my rules. 1.  Take a shower and get dressed … Continue reading

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