The fine art of self censorship…or how I quit my day job and sat around in my underpants all day…

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OK, so maybe I didn’t sit around in my underpants all day…at least not everyday…not too much anyway. Self censorship can take a couple of different forms. It can be that crippling self doubt kind of censorship that keeps you from voicing the ideas bubbling away in your gut, desperately wanting to get out. In […]

All These Voices…

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I don’t know about you but sometimes I rush headfirst into something-purely out of enthusiasm-only to pull back when the voices begin their conversation. Can you really do that? You aren’t ready for that. You can’t write. That’s not your deal. You aren’t good enough. Not. Good. Enough. At. All. The other day I had […]

Saying Yes to Rejection

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There seems to be this thematic convergence happening right now… Rejection. And, what to do with rejection. Side note-I’ve done the math (because I’m weird that way) and I have an average of .80 rejections per week this year-which equates to almost one rejection letter a week for 41 weeks. You can’t fault me for […]