This Week In Writing, we explore writing during traumatic events and say goodbye to the best dog ever
Two different companies’ reactions to the same grief-fueled situation highlight the importance of customer service
Losing a client is an excellent reminder that not everything lasts forever. How we respond is what matters.
It’s really easy to beat ourselves up when life happens. But, what good does beating ourselves up serve? Spoiler alert: it’s none.
Do you want to know how to win everything this year? Sure, we all do. The answer is a lot simpler than you realize.
We may not live like The Jetsons, but tools like Apple’s Shortcuts help us save time and make living in the real world more enjoyable.
Goldilocks (noun): denoting or referring to the most desirable or advantageous part of a range of values or conditions
Do you write across generations? What about when considering the audience? Writing for a diverse audience means considering all perspectives.
What do Simone Biles, Naomi Osaka, and ice cream sandwiches all have in common? I’ll give you a hint: it has to do with mental health.
It’s time to end the hustle life. Instead, let’s normalize a better name. One that honors each other and values work-life balance.
Whether you are the nosy neighbor or not, opportunity abounds for creative people to observe and find inspiration in the world around us.
Want to know how I developed a 3+ year daily writing habit? Follow this guide to build a Siri Shortcut, and you’ll write every day, too!