Everyday Inspiration for Everyday Delights

Finding inspiration in words - why I write.

Morning pages: Windshield wipers

I started writing Morning Pages (Julia Cameron) on the 8th December last year, and have written almost every morning since. I started the week before my 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.


I want to write. The words on the fridge are the closest I get to creative. My writing mojo seems to have gone on vacation. Without asking me for permission. How inconsiderate. 

NaNoWriMo and absence

I have been absent from my blog. Three months ago I started a 100 day writing challenge. When I started I came up with a bunch of excuses, self-imposed obstacles. Over-thinking it, as usual. I get caught up in the technicalities of writing a good story when I should just write When I think about writing … Continue reading NaNoWriMo and absence

Wanton “wabbing”

Hahaha! Different to the wabbing I did last week!

September change: 100 days of writing

Should I do another 100-day challenge? For the last two Septembers, I’ve begun similar challenges, linking my photo project with blog writing and focussing on a 100 Happy Days challenge. As my birthday month, I’ve come to realise that September is always a time of change for me - I often start new things like new journals and new projects, look for new homes and move house and in September.