Tag Archives: Thursday Thoughts

Thursday Thoughts: Universal Backstory

“Sticks and stones may break my bones but words will never hurt me.” Remember this mantra from childhood? Thing is, words do hurt. They don’t leave bruises like punches or pinches. They won’t put you in a cast with a … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Envy

There are times. Okay, to be honest, lots of times, when I look at my peers and wonder what they have going for them that I don’t? How do they sell so many books? How do they win the awards, … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Happenings

It’s a mad, crazy world out there and my instincts are to hunker down and pull the covers over my head. Except nothing gets done that I need to get done. So I’m going with Plan B. And also this … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Success

I’ve been thinking about failure a lot lately. Forward progress on all of my current projects have been stymied by a variety of things. I’ve been far too much in my head. Not only is that a scary place to … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Time Management

How many times do each of of us say, “I need more hours in a day?” Or, “Where’s the time gone?” I certainly do, far more often than I should because I’m huge on procrastinating, pushing up against deadlines, and … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal…Dragon?

Normally, I use these messages from the Universe to muse a bit, wax a tad philosophical, to apply it to writing in general, or my writing in particular. Writing has been a chore of late, confined mostly to flash fiction … Continue reading

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Thursday Thoughts: Universal Civility

At a time when protesters storm into restaurants to berate customers, when they chase people through airports, and accost them in hallways and on elevators, in front of their homes and their children… At a time when there is far … Continue reading

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