Responding to a quote can make for a rich writing experience. Here’s one to try today. Continue reading Today’s writing prompt
Sometimes (always?) the most challenging part of writing is getting started. That’s why I created this Memoir Moment writing tool that will guide you into writing a tiny piece of your story. Continue reading Take-along writing prompt
I recently was mistakenly believed to be 25 — haha! (Thanks, Zoom.) That’s an age I would never want to return to but, on reflection, one that has been foundational to the person I’ve become. Continue reading On (not) being 25
Summer is the perfect time to share my memoir, The Same Moon, and you can join me from anywhere in the world for this JETAA event! Continue reading Author event: Join JETAA & me!
Yesterday, I got back on the horse of my old life … pre-pandemic, pre-move-from-Washington life: I taught Holy Yoga, live and in-person. Continue reading Getting back on the horse (pose)
If my brain were a landscape, this would be it … and that’s why it’s time for a change. Continue reading On going fallow
We so often experience something for the last time without realizing it. I’m thankful for this set of #MondayMemories. Continue reading One year ago yesterday
I’m finding that haiku is a surprisingly helpful tool for getting memories on the page. Here’s one about a tooth … and the Easter bunny.
#MondayMemories Continue reading Haiku, memoir and the Easter bunny
I live in the Land of Best-Laid Plans — as in the ones that go astray. The latest iteration is how my plan to teach memoir writing classes online is evolving … Continue reading Those Best-Laid Plans …
This strange year has brought something into focus: my deep passion for helping others (including you?) tell their stories. Continue reading Your story matters — let’s write it