I did not write very much in April. I honestly cannot tell you what I was doing instead of writing.
I applied for a bunch of jobs. We road tripped around Lake Michigan for 10 days, and then… Awesome Con. Writing was completely lost in that mix, but it was still a great month overall.
Continue reading May Write Day: Little Writing, Much Awesome
March felt like a long month, likely because I spent much of it at home. I am still unemployed, but I was able to use my wide-open schedule to make some legitimate progress on
The Warden of Everfeld: Legacy.
But how did my other goals for the month fare???? Find out, next! Continue reading April Write Day: Progress at Last
The topic of self-care has been on my mind a lot recently, notably because unemployment has given me a lot of time to think about such things.
I’m into my sixth week of unemployment and it’s going… alright, considering the circumstances. I’m starting to hear back from positions I’ve applied for, and my days are fairly routine.
Waiting for call-backs on my job applications has been tough; setting a routine has been the remedy.
Continue reading Self-Care and Uncertainty in Unemployment
We have reached another month, and that means that, on this first Friday, it’s time for a writing update.
Notice the new title card? I kind of like the idea of switching up the photo each month, as a sort of thematic gesture.
Continue reading March Write-Day: The New Routine is Up and Running
February has been
an up-an-down month, if you hadn’t already guessed, and it’s this kind of sudden change (“Life Events”, as your friendly HR department refers to them) that can throw any decent writing routine completely off course.
Finally, however, I think I’ve found a way to keep writing during this vaguely temporary period of unemployment.
Continue reading A Writing Routine Requires A Life Routine
Off work, off kilter.
Days filled with uncertainty,
hoping for a call.