I admit my bias, but I think my website is, overall, lovely. It took me a LONG time to get to where I like it. Have gone through many transitions and morphs, but I'm pretty happy. If you are a techy person, you will notice a few clunky aspects, but I'm not gonna tell you if you don't notice! Overall, I have done most of this on a budget that is quite reasonable. First and
I think too much. Overanalyze, over-think, noodle too long. My dad observed this in me as a child. He said my brain was always whirring. I believe this accounts for my difficulty sleeping. When I try to sleep, I just keep thinking. Not fretting or worrying, just thinking. Dreaming small dreams, processing big ideas. I have always over-thought the writing process. Let me back up for the
Hiding, Hoping and Healing After Disfigurement Long ago I was a lovely 20 year-old-girl. My long, straight hair framed a lovely face, and I moved easily in the world as a young woman. One day I woke up and the left side of my face was completely paralyzed. My eye drooped and would not close and I could not control the drooling that came from my decisively down-turned lips.
There is a great blog over at www.michaelhyatt.com. You may recognize that name from Thomas Nelson Publishers. He’s now writing, blogging and speaking about writing, blogging and speaking. He recently hosted a guess blogger, Todd Henry, founder of Accidental Creative who introduced the concept of “dying empty.” Here’s the gist of it from