June Recap + Looking Ahead

Even if you don't normally read through my monthly stats, you will want to read this one! I have an important update after I go through my stats.

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2018 Goals: May Recap

On the first of each month, I will look back at the previous month and evaluate how I did with reaching my 2018 goals. This will accomplish two purposes: first, it will keep me accountable. Second, it will give me a visual of where I'm at and where I need to improve in the coming … Continue reading 2018 Goals: May Recap

2018 Goals: April Recap

At the end of each month, I will look back and evaluate how I did with reaching my 2018 goals. This will accomplish two purposes: first, it will keep me accountable. Second, it will give me a visual of where I'm at and where I need to improve in the coming month. You can find … Continue reading 2018 Goals: April Recap

Working From Home: How Not to Join an MLM

On Tuesday, I went into great detail concerning why it is unwise to join a multi-level marketing (MLM) company. You may also know these companies as direct sales. I talked about how they prey on women who are in places of need, like stay at home moms and military wives. But here's the thing: I … Continue reading Working From Home: How Not to Join an MLM

2018 Goals: March Recap

On the last day of each month, I will look back at the month and evaluate how I did with reaching my 2018 goals. This will accomplish two purposes: first, it will keep me accountable. Second, it will give me a visual of where I'm at and where I need to improve in the coming … Continue reading 2018 Goals: March Recap

2018 Goals: February Recap

At the end of each month, I will look back at the month and evaluate how I did with reaching my 2018 goals. This will accomplish two purposes: first, it will keep me accountable. Second, it will give me a visual of where I'm at and where I need to improve in the coming month. … Continue reading 2018 Goals: February Recap

2017 NaNoWriMo: The Conclusion

Well, that's a wrap! NaNoWriMo 2017 is over. I'm going to be as upfront as possible and say that it definitely did not go as planned. My first National Novel Writing Month was not won. I did not write 50,000 words. I even factored in what I wrote for my blog and freelancing work, and … Continue reading 2017 NaNoWriMo: The Conclusion