About a week ago I committed to writing at least 365 pieces of meaningful content for this site by the beginning of 2019. One article per day, where at least one hundred of the articles have more than five hundred words (which sounds loftier than it is – I can’t seem to write a grocery list with fewer than five hundred words).
To bolster my resolve to accomplish my production goal I joined a Facebook group called My500Words. The commitment is simple. Five hundred words, every day. No excuses.
Continue reading “Are You Saying Something or Just Spewing Words?”
Rituals have existed since the dawn of mankind for one reason. They work. Work for what, you ask? Rituals are used to reinforce good (and bad) behaviors for individuals and groups. Examples include the obvious, like church rituals. Holy Communion, the marriage ceremony, and baptism are all rituals. Other rituals are not so obvious, like how we get ready for a date, how you celebrate birthdays, and what you do on New Year’s Eve. While not as elaborate as the church rituals, they are every bit as potent in terms of how they affect the individual. Continue reading “The Power of Rituals for Your Writing”