By Amber Roshay
One of the hardest parts of writing is that you actually have to write. I don’t know how many times, I’ve sat down to begin and then decided to check my email, get a cup of tea or have the urge to practice yoga in my seat. The reasons not to write seem to be more than the reasons to write. But what if I told you that using a writing prompt can spur you into action.
If inspiration were perfume, we’d all be wearing it. Daily. Spritzing as we went about our activities. But unfortunately, inspiration is a finicky character that picks and chooses when it rears its scented head. Sigh!
But what if I told you that I want to inspire you to write? Not only when you feel like it, but every day, like clock-work? What if I told you that you don’t need a perfume, what you need is determination.
By Melissa Uhles
If you are a writer it’s important to know about SEO. So I’ve put together a list of 7 SEO tips for writers and bloggers. I hope you’ll find it helpful and will be able to integrate these ideas the next time you write something that will be published online.
By Melissa Uhles and Amber Roshay
Are you trying to figure out how to hold a baby, wrangle a toddler and write a few hundred words a week? A follower of our blog had this issue and asked if we’d we'd give some time management writing tips for parents with kids. So that’s what we’ve done.
Becoming well-organized can be a challenge for any blogger regardless of how experienced they are. This is even more difficult when working from home, as there are so many distractions.
Sometimes no matter how many awesome ideas you have, you yearn to have more time to bring them to life. So how can you make this happen?
By Amber Roshay and Melissa Uhles
Everywhere you turn this time of year people are talking about the importance of writing down your goals for the new year, 2018 in this case.
Guess what, Amber, my Pen and Parent co-blogger and I are going to help you feel brave by sharing our personal writing goals with you.