We’ve all been there. You sit down to start writing, editing or finishing a very important assignment and bam! Your mind fills with inclinations to do a million little other things instead.
Current blog manager and editor, Megan Burkhart (’19), will be passing the torch this fall. Here’s an introduction to our new blog manager and editor, Ellie Tiemens (’22).
I get it. I’ve been there. As life is hectic around you, you suddenly realize that it has been weeks since you’ve even touched a book to read for fun. Here are three ways to return to the wonders of reading.
It’s harder to find writing time when you’re in a relationship. However, when the relationship is true, the pros outweigh the cons every time. Loving a writer is no easy task, but here are some tips to look out for to know your significant other is a keeper.
Let’s face it, as writers we have some not so great habits that simply come with the job description. Here are a couple things to keep in mind to take care of both you and your writing.
As writers, we are easily distracted from our work. On the one hand, the world is telling us that bills need to be paid and people need our attention. On the other hand, we have characters in our heads telling us that they have something to say…NOW. How do we find a balance?