The Phoenix Project Blog is a potpourri of content including: Down the Rabbit Hole (topics or issues I am fascinated with), Craft as Therapy, Mental Health Issues, Writing Toolkit, Blast From My Writing Past, Internet Observations and Surviving Life Online, "Just Sharing" Life Events, Morale Boosters, Musical Interludes, ROW80 updates and ...whatever else comes to … Continue reading What’s This Blog All About?
Hi everyone, thanks so much for those of you who shared what kind of organisation system you use. It was interesting to see how many people use digital systems. Trello kept popping up and there is one from "Write to the Limit," which may be very useful for those of you who have trouble getting … Continue reading Pomodoro for Writing Sprints & Row80 Check In
There are times when it is really hard to tell who is the troll, and who is the wounded party. There is constant bad press about the bad attitudes that rule the Internet, the crass commercialism and the junk, but from my experience online (since 1997,) the degree of garbage you find is determined by … Continue reading Living With Clickbait: Kill or Act With Kindness?
Mondays be like: One of the tasks I spent the first week of January attending to, was getting my planner completely set up for the year. My planner is my second brain. It reminds me of bills, household tasks, medical necessities, blog post dates, goals, reminders of gift-requiring events a month before the date so … Continue reading Planning for Writing Success & #ROW80
Coming back into the blogging world has had me researching the best ways to avoid burnout and work smart. I came across this video by Improvement Pill, which made a lot of sense to me in light of what I have already shared. I worked too hard to be a success and rarely let myself … Continue reading How Hard Do You Really Need to Work? Author Survival Tools
If you love horses and can't get enough of the culture, food and warfare techniques that were used then, you need this history in action channel, Modern History. In their words: "Modern History is a series that aims to investigate the reality of the past. We’re familiar with re-enactments of history in film and television … Continue reading Youtube Gold: The Medieval Era
Over the last few years I've stopped watching television and started watching Youtube. I have discovered documentaries that were brilliant, all the free crochet, sewing and planning videos a girl could ever want, stumbled across a whole host of topics that I had not known existed, laughed and cried with people who share amazing life … Continue reading Why This Indie Went AWOL & 2019 Goals ~ #ROW80