Whenever I’m feeling uninspired and empty of the will to write, reading the words that other writers have strung together is typically what pushes me out of the rut. Whether perfect or imperfect, relative or not, these articles and blog posts and books always end up reminding me why I love to write in the first place — In a writer’s simplest story, shortest poem, most basic self-help article . . . there is, at […]
If you’re a part of A Thousand Candid Words’ small-but-mighty following on Instagram, you may already be enlightened to the fact that I haven’t been feeling the most motivated to hunker down and write here. It’s not without trying, though — I have no less than ten ideas waiting to be put into words. But to be honest, the effort it would take to get those posts published seems a bit too daunting at the moment. […]
Ah, like clockwork. The post-winter, pre-spring panic. If you’re scratching your head, a bit confused as to what I might be referring to, then lucky you. Seriously, I’m envious. But for others like myself who’ve felt nothing less than exceedingly empty and overwhelmed recently, you’re not alone. So let’s refill that cup, shall we?
Raise your hand if you’ve ever experienced some type of hardship in the workplace. Now raise it a little higher if that hardship manifested into a more painful ordeal that led to you second-guessing your role within the company. Hey, hi, how ya doin’. I see you and I’m here to let you know . . . #same.