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H is for… #AtoZChallenge

 

Hopefully, I’m not cheating with this post. You guys are getting a two for one deal today.

Yesterday’s post for the letter G did not make it in time. Because I freaking passed out at 9:45… 9:45!! Who does that?! Tired people, that’s who. A six-day work week is a long one, especially when working in a cafe.

So don’t be too hard on me for missing it. ๐Ÿ™‚

Now– for today’s post:

H is for Homework

At the ripe, young ageย of 32, I never thought I’d have homework again.

But I’m finding that there’s more and more to learn everyday, especially as a new, indie writer.

I just spent the last hour going through old emails. I found articles, programs and other tidbits of information that I haven’t looked at in well over a year.

I found tons of stuff that I completely forgot about. Stuff that I know will help me become a better writer and help me in the understanding of marketing.

Which is killing me!

So now, I’m faced with homework for the first time since high school. But fun homework. The stuff I want to learn and grow with.

How about you? What do you want to learn more about?

Much Love!

11 thoughts on “H is for… #AtoZChallenge”

    1. Pictures!!

      I can picture the romantic, cowboy scenes that are sure to pop up around that fire pit too ๐Ÿ˜‰

  1. Good for you, Mira! Indie publishing is not an easy path if you’re going to do it properly, and it sounds like you’re determined to get it right. All the very best to you!

    There’s a lot I’d like to learn, more than I have time for. Particularly languages and instruments. More than anything, though, I want to stay curious, always wanting to know and understand more. Never growing mentally stagnant.

    1. That last line hits the nail on the head! I think growing mentally stagnant is scary. I never want to stop learning.

      And thank you!

  2. I went back to complete my bachelors in 1985, 6 years after I completed my college course – the same year as our first child was born… and then in 98, with 4 kids I started my masters. In between I also completed my training as a volunteer breastfeeding counsellor. I haven’t done any study since…. and admit to not planning on doing it!

    1. O.o That exhausted me just reading it! Congrats on going for your masters. ๐Ÿ™‚ My dad did that for teaching. I remember the long hours he spent in front of the computer trying to finish.

  3. Ah!
    I know what you mean, Mira. I’m not even considering indie, but currently working with a small publisher and there’s so much to do…and learn.
    Good luck with the brush up on the skills!

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