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Category: Writer’s Life

Making Memories Watching All the Marvel Movies in Order

I wanted to give a little background before I get into the true point of this post. When I first got married, my wife at the time, had three children. A son 13, and daughters 11 and 4. Since day one I treated them as my own. I too had been part of a household that experienced divorce. My mother’s second husband was a wonderful man who treated me as his own. And I soon was, as he adopted me when I was 7-years-old. So I knew what it was like. Unfortunately, my marriage didn’t last but that wasn’t the end of my relationship with my step-children. <—- That will be the only time I use the step reference throughout this post because they became my children, I lived for them and just because their mother and I split didn’t change that. I divorced her, not them.

11 Must Have Items For Writers on the Go

One of the things I love about being a writer is being able to go wherever I want whenever I want. My office is anywhere I can find a a quiet place to reflect, write, hash-out thoughts and get them down – either on paper of PC. Not everywhere I find myself these days is equipped with technology. Luckily my phone has hot spot capabilities but there are other necessities not so readily available. I’ve put this list together with needs I have found useful during my time away – where my office is nature or a cozy bed and breakfast. I always have the comforts of home

Suffering From a Little Bit of Burnout

Please don’t take this as any cry for pity – I don’t need it, nor do I want it. I just needed to get this out and off my chest. It’s been bottled up inside for far too long. I have lost my way. Love. Loss. Heartache. Desire. Wants. Wishes. I absorb it all. Years of caring for everyone else and pushing my needs to the back burner has caused me to lose motivation and desire. Not in a suicidal or manic way but an overall general feeling. I am running on automatic most days. It as if each day…