5 reasons to love everyday inspiration

Congratulations! Youā€™ve reached the final day of Writing: Finding Everyday Inspiration We hope these prompts have encouraged you to brainstorm and write in new ways and introduced you to new tools and resources. I just got this message in the email and felt a little sad - the course is finished. Already? I will miss … Continue reading 5 reasons to love everyday inspiration

If we were having coffee… (1)

... I'd order a cappuccino and tell you where the idea came from. I'm doing the WordPress Everyday Inspiration course and day 11 is about sharing updates "like catching up with an old friend over a cup of coffee". Just the most perfect idea! A quick read of some of the bloggers who regularly post under the tagĀ "weekendcoffeeshare" and I was inspired to have a go myself.

Dreams about inheritance…

Cee's Share Your World Challenge for the 12th March prompt: If a distant uncle dies and you were always his favourite and leaves you $50,000 (any currency) in his will, what would you do? I would use it for two things: one to pay for some of my "self-funded sabbatical" and use a larger chunk to go towards building my "Hivehaus" in the UK.

Morning pages: Windshield wipers

I started writing Morning Pages (Julia Cameron) on the 8th DecemberĀ last year, and have written almost every morning since. I started the week before myĀ only son left my home for his own student digs at university, and I really believe they have helped me cope with the loss of his reduced presence in my life.