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So, does this mean I need to buy a #RiotSpray shirt now? 🤘🏻😍 but still 😭😭😭 #portlandia #beginningoftheend

3 1 Jan 19, 2018

Along with trying new meds, doctors orders are to “stress less”... I’m listening doctor☕️📚🤓 . . . . . . #pursuitofhappiness #introvert #introvertsguide #ebookwriter #bookwriting #entrepreneurmindset #writersquotes #readers #booklife #writerslife #podcastcomingsoon #bloggerslife #headaches #migraine #migrainessuck #migrainerelief

2 1 Jan 19, 2018

Been SUPER in love with this comic series, lately! It’s well-written, it has an incredibly dynamic cast of characrers, and the art is SPECTACULAR. It’s a lot like Stranger Things, except with four kick-ass girls as the main characters. You should definitely check it out! It’s been one heck of an inspiration for me, as far as writing goes.

8 3 Jan 19, 2018

Boy do I need these words today. Rewriting my novel is tough. I’ve set a goal, a deadline, but when I only move forward half a page a day, I cringe. This will never be done in time. But that half a page, however small it is, sounds amazing. If I rush then I won’t achieve the magic flowing out now. I’ll just make decisions that I could regret later. And we come back to the point of today. Even baby steps, though small, add up. Eventually you will get to where you want to be. That one small decision today, or act, or item researched is one step forward in the direction you want to go. I mean, it’s further then you were yesterday. 😜. - And another thought for the day. Not having a clue of what you want to do in life is tough man. So many things, options and ideas, are being thrown at me. Yesterday a job opportunity came my way. Something that could fit my new life ideas. But seriously here... is this what I want? Will being tide to a 9-5 job with restrictions, be my way to make a change? It was hard. The job was just calling to me. Friends, money, and stability all the benefits. But in my deepest darkest part of my soul I know that the happiness would only be temporary and I wouldn’t be happy. I’ve also come to the conclusion that I’m going to try a bunch of different things right now and see which one fits and is successful. So on top of writing the novel, Chris and I have another super top secret idea in the works. Maybe I’ll share snippets but I’m sure to tell you guys as soon as I can. Though don’t be surprised if it isn’t till next year. 😂. - PC: chris_armada - - - - - - - #melakwalaketrail #hikingadventures #getoutside #getoutstayout #pnwonderland #snow #wordswithqueens #spilledthoughts #honestlyworded #writer #writing #creativewriting #writersofinstagram #writersofig #writerscommunity #3000milesofme #madewords #writersuniverse #spilledink #doortooursouls #creativeminds #strength #inspirational #wordgasm #quotes #inspiration #writerslife #optoutside #washingtonstate #lifeofadventure

6 0 Jan 19, 2018

Love days spent at the laptop. Now for pjs and Netflix 💕

12 1 Jan 19, 2018

This has to be one of the most beautifully written, gut wrenching books I have ever read. Conde fictionalized the story of Tituba, the Black witch burned during the Salem trials that no one ever talks about. Conde could not find her true story so she "dreamed it" into being. In an interview Conde says "...whatever the novel that you write and the stories that you tell, you have to start with a kind of shock and you feel that you are compelled to write about a certain topic. Tituba was a person, she came to me in that form. But whatever I write, I always have the feeling that something stronger than myself forces me, urges me, to go on writing." As a Black woman identified writer, this is the feeling exactly. I write as an urge, as a calling, for the stories of Black woman untold, buried and forgotten. Black women, writing for survival from heart to hand to page, I hear, I see you, I am you, I honor you. #blackunicornrise #TheLiberationoftheBlackUnicorn #writerslife #andrise

1 0 Jan 19, 2018

Whoa, Nelly! The world of sports lost a legend this week. If there was a Mount Rushmore for sports broadcasters, Keith Jackson would be on it. For several decades, he was the voice of college football. When you heard his voice, you knew it was a big game. He’s got too many one-liners to count he’s the reason why we call the Rose Bowl, “the granddaddy of them all,” & the reason why we yell “Fum-buuuul!” whenever a player drops the football. - What I admire most about Keith Jackson is what he gave back to the sports community and the humility he had while doing so. What he had to say about his broadcasting sums him up perfectly, “If you sit down and watch a football game with me and you have absolutely no recollection of my having been at the football game, and you turn off your television set entertained, informed, and satisfied with what you’ve seen, then I think that I’ve done a pretty good job because I didn’t get in your way.”

7 2 Jan 19, 2018

Happy #NationalPopcornDay word nerds! Grab a bowl and get your #word on! #writerslife #amwriting

0 0 Jan 19, 2018
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