Are you in an “Okay. Someday.” season? You don’t have to have it all together, all the time. Or even part of the time. As long as you are taking your own hero’s journey to move forward, you’re not wrong.
On Valentine’s Day, it’s okay to love on ourselves. Heck, it’s actually okay to do that every day! In addition to a cup of tea and a great book, here are nine simple self-care tips for you and your loved ones.
The brilliant predictability of Aaron Sorkin. It’s what all writers aspire to be: necessary, compelling, enlightening … but most of all, authentically human.
Nearly 5,000 years ago, the wind blew some leaves into a pot of boiling water, and the world’s been drinking hot tea ever since. With over 20,000 types of tea in the world, there’s sure to be at least one you’ll enjoy.
Happy New Year. Y’all scare me. It’s okay. I have ALLY’s. And Louis L’Amour.
“Break’s Over … What’s Next?” by Molly Jo Realy (@MollyJoRealy) “Break’s over … What’s next?” Mrs. Landingham, do you know that (abridged) quote? Well, if you know me at all, you know it’s the most wonderful time of the year. Not because my monthlong social media...
Perfect timing: It’s more fun when we can’t manipulate it. How does the universe conspire to bring you great moments of validation at just the right time?
A book club, a not-so-global takeover, and FIFTY THOUSAND WORDS! Molly Jo’s Journals: October with NOLA. And a fave quote from NOLA. What fun events do you have planned for October?
What’s your favorite way to entertain guests and creativity? In this context, the idea of a salon is to gather a group of writers together for a few hours and converse on a certain topic. Authors have the opportunity to share our works, as well as our topical inspirations.
The activity of writing is like a hippogriff, only I’ve tried to write this point five times and still can’t figure out if it’s the writer or the character I’m referring to.