This week I had a mental break and decided it was best served by writing a few short stories. They have given me the pep in my step this memoirist needed. #Memoir … More It’s time for fiction… #TBIthursday
I discuss/vent about the constant struggle of overcoming accessibility hurdles #MemoirMonday #accessibility … More The constant struggle of overcoming accessibility hurdles #MemoirMonday
My second installment of #MemoirMonday has me asking if I am being too ambitious with my “Memoir Writing Planner?” … More Memoir Monday/Too Late Tuesday: Am I being too ambitious?
I discuss my plans to focus myself and this blog on writing my memoir in 2022 and finishing it. … More The first Memoir Monday in 2022
In the lead-up to Christmas I made some mistakes that led to some meltdowns (on my part). This blog is full of advice I wish I would have taken. … More Advice to Myself: How to Avoid Melting Down (like a snowman on a tropical vacation)!
Today (Thanksgiving in the United States) is a good day to feel thankful and today I am thankful for many things but in this blog I talk about being thankful for my personal growth after brain injury. … More Feeling thankful for personal growth #TBIthursday
I discuss how the emotions and emphasis behind my words has changed post-TBI in this monthly essay. … More Writing and Feeling with emphasis
A belated writing update as we are well into November. … More Writing Update: Motivated but no NaNoWriMo
I discuss a new feel good TV show: “Outgrown” (HGTV, Saturdays 8/7 Central) and introduce a new weekly TBI-focused mini essay. … More TV to make you feel good! #PopCulture #TBIthursday
A book review of “The Heart is a Lonely Hunter” by Carson McCullers and a discussion of its themes of loneliness and communication. #TBIthursday #bookreview … More Book Review of “The Heart is a Lonely Hunter” by Carson McCullers #TBIThursday