When Too Much Planning Is Just Too Much

"This time, it'll be it. Just one more. I just need enough of these to know I'll have enough to write down all my ideas." This was the thought going through my head as I approached the register at Staples, holding on tightly to two writing tablets. Debating whether to return then and find a … Continue reading When Too Much Planning Is Just Too Much

Spring Craft and Dreaming, How We Welcomed the Season

Although spring didn't quite arrive how we expected in #NYC, that didn't stop us from celebrating the beautiful new season with a warm craft project.  When it comes to springtime, my goal is to make sure my kids embrace the change in season and create new goals that correlate with the warm weather. This year, … Continue reading Spring Craft and Dreaming, How We Welcomed the Season

Putting Away the Old Dreams

I've been in super spring cleaning mode. For a few months now. Yes, I know. No one's been as desperate for the new season to arrive than me. I want to enjoy the now moment. I want to savor the last few weeks of winter. I want to do all of that. But that want isn't bigger … Continue reading Putting Away the Old Dreams

Rainy Days in New York City

Rainy days are rainy days for the most part: wet, with the weather balancing between cold or humid or dry, depending on where you're located. But rainy days in New York City are far more than just a cloudy thing. The trains and buses are a little slower, often smellier and damper. The air is … Continue reading Rainy Days in New York City

The Jerry Seinfeld Calendar Method Giveaway

I remember reading many years ago about the Jerry Seinfeld calendar approach. He would write everyday and then mark it on a calendar. The way he would do this, however, was a bit more unique... and it was also a way to make sure you built consistency. "He told me to get a big wall … Continue reading The Jerry Seinfeld Calendar Method Giveaway

3 Writerly Things To Do This Weekend: The Winter Break

We're more than halfway through winter, and if you're anything like me, you're counting down the days for spring. Don't get my wrong. I love the winter time. The holidays are great, then New Year's and Valentine's Day and Daylight Saving's – until finally it's officially spring. After the New Year's flow, things could get … Continue reading 3 Writerly Things To Do This Weekend: The Winter Break

Quick Review of My Organizing Digital Clutter System

My inbox currently has 18,060 emails. That's just one account. Also, that's not counting the hundreds of notes I've saved in draft, the other documents I've saved to Google Drive and the saves, favorites and others links I've put aside in social. Thank you, Facebook, for that saving feature and then the reminder that tells … Continue reading Quick Review of My Organizing Digital Clutter System