These are undoubtedly trying times, but they also represent an untapped opportunity for us all. Find out how I am using my time, beside writing @literotica. And discover some ideas you might be able to use yourself.
The #coronavirus has already disrupted our lives. In a good way. We moved forward our wedding. So, once more I am a married women, but the whole thing got me to thinking how unfairly our governments treat other forms of committed relationships.
Yesterday was an off day with my writing. So I sewed this doll's dress. Was that skiving off? Or can Slow-Motion Multi-Tasking ignite your #creativity as well?
Yesterday morning one of the most frustrating things that can happen to a writer, happened to me.
Too many stories to write, too many photos to take, too many books to read, too many quilts to make...and a wedding too?
The first month of 2020 is gone. So, how did this monumental year start off at our @HomeCrazzyHome?
7 years, 18 days. Over 250,000 words. And too many comments begging me to finish it. But it is finally done. Ægir's is finished. Or is it?
I have been watching a course this week on the French Revolution and its Enlightenment ideas. It has sparked some of my own.
In a world where everything tends towards higher and higher levels of chaos, how do you maintain balance as a writer and feminist-homemaker?
November is National Novel Writing Month or #NaNoWriMo. This will be my seventh. Why do I participate?