The Athlete and Writer Inside: An Interview with Sue Reynolds

EPISODE 199I Today’s guest is first-time author, Sue Reynolds. In her debut book, The Athlete Inside, Sue tells how at age 60 she lost 200 pounds and began her journey toward finishing sixth at the World Triathlon Championship. She tells us how one day her “why” changed – that she stopped thinking about her weight…

Your New Normal Writing Life: An Interview with Natalie Walters

EPISODE 188I Today’s guest is romantic suspense author Natalie Walters, author of the brand new Silent Shadows coming out on March 31, 2020. Listen to the end to find out more about pre-order goodies you can receive directly from Natalie if you order the book before March 31. 🙂 [Sorry about the audio and video…

Burnout, Restart, and Managing Your Resources

EPISODE 183 Sometimes you hear or read similar things over and over in a short period of time. When that happens, our brains often nudge us to ask – is this something important that I should be paying attention to right now? This past week, I have heard or read similar ideas from Joanna Penn…

Adding White Space to Your Year

EPISODE 173E As you start the new year, it’s important to remember that over-planning and over-scheduling can lead to stress, disappointment, and – worst case scenario – burnout. To avoid that and enjoy your work all year long, plan some white space into your schedule. Some extra room in your calendar so you can move…