I have decided to change my blog name, and have taken several days to figure out the best one.
(On a side note, I’m also changing my maiden name to my married name, which is a pain in the ass, I’m here to tell ya. What I don’t understand is why groups OTHER than the social security office and the DMV want to see my marriage license. If Illinois and the United States have already checked to see that I’m married, why isn’t that good enough for you? Infuriating.)
But I digress.
In an effort to focus my blog brand, (thank you zerotohero challenge by wordpress) I am changing my username and the name of my blog to something more in line with my mission.
A series or round up of the blog posts I find most inspiring this week!
1. My attempt at a fairytale-esque story, from Fairytale Corner. It seems like this is a relatively new blog, but I think it holds a lot of promise and I look forward to what it will come out with. This post, according to the writer, is their first attempt at adapting a fairy tale, and I think it’s brilliant. Simple, well written and well paced, and inspiring to me as I think about writing fiction.
2. Inspire Your Creativity, (almost made for this round-up, eh? 🙂 ) from MisBehaved Woman. In this particular post, the author posts a link from NPR’s Ira Glass about fostering your creativity and getting to it, that valuable stuff we’re looking to get to. Sometimes I fear it’s not there in me, so this kind of positive affirmation helps.
3. Healing Touch, from One Day at a Time: Thoughts on Getting Out of B.E.D. I am really struggling at work right now. “Fake it till you make it” is an old adage that has been working well for me in the last few years of my practice. I may not be as into something as I think I should be, but I can pretend I am and then I get there. Right now, it’s too much work to even pretend. I am mad that I have to pretend. I resent pretending, and I’m miserable right now. This blog post reminds me to not give my “feelings” too much power – they are only feelings, and those can be fleeting. Feelings change, and I won’t be in this position forever.
What do you think of these picks?! Are there any posts you’ve found this week that have inspired you? And check out the next installation next week!
Like all writers, and probably more than most, I appreciate as much help with my craft as possible, help to make it something I could admire. With this in mind, I have chosen to take part in the Zero to Hero challenge and am going to start my introducing myself: Hi. I’m Sarah.