Don’t sweat the small stuff. If all else fails, go and have a nap, because at least during that nap, you can’t make things worse.
When writing, picking names can sometimes be the hardest thing to choose, so use something you know or are comfortable with until the characters names come to you, even if they happen to be names of friends or people you might know.
‘Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never harm me’
Old rhymes can still be relevant in today’s world for your writing and probably even in your personal life.
For this weeks Tip Tuesday I am going to do something a little bit different. This isn’t a writing or reading tip, but instead a cooking tip. You all know how much I like to bake so I’m going to start sharing some of my baking tips with you all.
Cook Books don’t always have it right, they do have mistakes in it, so read the recipe over and over again, and if it doesn’t make sense, listen to your gut because you could be right and the recipe could be wrong.
The delete button is your wrost enemy – don’t touch it
The first draft isn’t supposed to be the end result, it’s the 10th, 11th or hundredth draft that counts. When you know it’s ready, it will be ready. Don’t rush it for anyone.