As we begin a new year, I want to say thank you to my Stacy's Flutterings followers! I truly am thankful for each one of you. And I look forward to visiting with you this year! And I have to be honest! I can't believe I haven't blogged in over a year! Wow! Time is … Continue reading Freshening up and a Note of Thanks in the New Year
Have you hit a roadblock lately? It sure seems that I have. As a first time anthology creator and compiler, I'm finding it challenging quite frankly. I'm enjoying the process, and I especially like the creative aspect of compiling a collection of stories into a cohesive whole. In fact, this is a project that I've dreamt about … Continue reading Perceived Obstacles | Seize the Opportunity to Shift Positive Thinking into Overdrive
Yes, I really went there. I said "Wah Wah Wah," in reference to this blog. Of course, I don't really mean it. In fact, this blog isn't meant to be a Debbie Downer. It's meant to be the opposite. When I say Debbie Downer, what I'm really trying to say is that I don't want anyone to … Continue reading Oh No! A Blog About Mental Illness | Wah Wah Wah
I'm ready to share some scary yet exciting news! As of Friday, October 23rd, 2015, I became a full time writer. No more part time blogging for me! I literally changed career hats. Yes. You heard right. I'm blazing new trails as a full time writer. I resigned from my position in Student Services at a … Continue reading Gulp: I Changed Career Hats
It's 10:23 am. I've decided to participate in the WordPress Writing 101: Building a Blogging Habit project in an effort to increase my blog writing, for mental health purposes and to see where this takes me! So here goes! I'm sitting here in my office alone thinking about the big day. Today marks the day … Continue reading WordPress 101: Unlock the Mind Writing Journey
It's raining! We have needed the rain so desperately. And it here it is. We have the windows at our home open wide so that we can capture some of the cool breeze as it mingles with the rain and winds its way through our part of the country. I have decided to turn off … Continue reading What Do You Choose Today?
My family and I currently live in the St. Louis area, but that is far from where I was born. I was born in Washington state. I grew up living in different areas of Washington, Idaho and Big Sky Montana. I relish in memories of statuesque snow topped mountains and fresh mountain air. There was … Continue reading Finding Hope in the Arena of Mental Illness with Spotlight on Recovery Magazine