(The post below went out yesterday. The photo above… didn’t. A tech glitch… WordPress doesn’t like pasted-in photos, which was my only option since my shiney new iPad won’t allow me to download the required WordPress app… because Apple tells me that my password isn’t valid, even after I’ve changed it FOUR times on THEIR form. If anybody can explain that one to me, I’m all ears. Meanwhile — I get this isn’t exactly a career-changing post — but I wanted to finish this. For those of you who think I may be completely void of personality. More content soon. L.)
This has been my office for the past week. Really.
That’s my foot, in fact.
From this position — on Kauai, at the Princeville Westin Villas — I’ve delivered eight story evaluations for my new short-form story coaching program… polished over a hundred pages from my new writing book (that’s a placeholder cover on Amazon, by the way), which is due at the end of the month… wrote three chapters on a new project (a book about bliss within relationships… or not)… booked another webinar for Writers Digest University (for October 18, look for more on that soon)… finalized content for a workshop to be held in Portland, Oregon on November 10th (you’re invited, click HERE for more)…
… and it still feels like a vacation.
I write a lot – too much in the view of some – about how hard this is, or can be if we fight off what works in favor of what comes more naturally (by the way, that’s what wrecks a lot of relationships, too). So I wanted to share this, just to say…
… I love this job. Most of the time.