This weekend I reached a writing milestone for the first draft of Orphic: 15,000 words written!
It won’t come as a surprise to anyone, but living with untreated sleep apnea is utterly exhausting. Unfortunately, treating it can be pretty annoying, too. Continue reading “The Inconvenience of Treating Sleep Apnea”
Recently, I joined a writing program called Novel in 6 offered by my local writing group. If you can’t tell from the name, the goal is to write a novel in six months.
We just finished the second month, and it’s been a real kick in the pants. A real wake up call about what it takes to finish this project, to be the writer I want to be. Because I’m not hitting my writing goal each week.
I haven’t talked much about my day job, so I thought I might change that up. I work at a local university and although my title is IT Coordinator, my daily work is more analogous to a knowledge manager. So today I’m going to share some of what I do in my job, and some of the challenges in knowledge management as a field. Continue reading “Challenges in Knowledge Management”
It’s been a while since I update the blog. Not that I haven’t been writing. To the contrary, I’ve been busy with writing-related stuff. Continue reading “Still Navigating My Writing Process”
This is my weekly progress report for Monday, January 8 to Sunday, January 14.
Happy New Year! 2018 is officially here, and to commemorate the event I’m sharing my writing resolutions.
This past Wednesday, I took advantage of the holiday vacation to figure out how to keep my WordPress test environment up-to-date. Continue reading “Keeping My WordPress Test Environment Updated”
I took two solid weeks on a vacation from writing. After the marathon of effort that is NaNoWriMo, I not only needed it, but I deserved it.
…With 50,062 words!!
I’m taking a week off of writing, but I’ll be back to share my thoughts on the month, what I learned, and more.
Have a lovely week!