One way of thinking about what you most want out of the year is by choosing a writing word of the year. Whatâ€™s a word that encapsulates your goals this year?
Any day can be a restart—not just January 1st. You can revisit your writing goals daily, monthly, or quarterly. Let’s look at 5 tips for SMART writing goals.
Negativity can deplete your creativity and energy. Today, let’s look at practical ways to be a more positive writer—even in the face of rejection.
The physical act of writing can be hard on our bodies. One goal for the new year is to become a healthy writer, physically, and emotionally. Join us on the journey.
With so many demands on your time, it’s essential that you use your writing time wisely. Time management can help you to be more productive, organized, and efficient.
Welcome to a new writing year! Itâ€™s time to grow in your writing and Jan Fields reveals how to do that through new attitudes, new goals, and new habits.
When you plan and break things into steps, you know what needs to be done next. Letâ€™s look for positively motivating steps when making our new yearâ€™s writing plans.
Imagining a personal Scrooge-like journey can help us make choices for a brighter future in the new writing year. So, what are the Ghosts trying to tell you?
Discover a practical guide to writing goals by paying attention to your rhythm and stamina as a writer and the constraints your life places on your writing.