You read an article about how easy it is to organize your life when you prioritize. You’re inspired, so you sit down to brain about your daily tasks and make a plan to accomplish more each day. Yeah! Then you realize the laundry is still in the washer, your life isn’t that simple, and you’re getting a headache. So, you abandon the braining and return to Netflix, because Downton Abbey. Oh wait, that’s me.Read More Priorities
At long last, here’s a new original Heather Lee short story after the drop. © 2015 Heather Lee. All rights reserved.Read More Pits and Fences
Writing is hard. Letting other people read your work is harder. Posting your work on the internet is… probably not as hard as it should be. I’m about to find out.Read More On Writing Again
Many of us use Microsoft Word in our day-to-day work. If you create lengthy documents on the regular, you’ll need a Table of Contents (TOC) at some point. In this week’s Tech Tuesday post I’ll show you how quick and easy it can be in Word 2010-2013.Read More Tech Tuesday #003: Making a Basic Table of Contents in Microsoft Word
I am a writer.
That sentence is difficult to say because I always try to qualify it with something like, “I want to be a writer.” I’ve been writing since I learned how to put pen to paper. You can ask my mother; she still has all the stories I left around the house for her to find when I was little. I wrote for school assignments, I wrote between classes, I wrote during the summer, I wrote for fun. And then I stopped.Read More Qualifiers
Heather and I have lived, loved, and (occasionally) worked along side one another for many years now. In one of those semi-spur-of-the-moment outbursts I’m prone to, after an otherwise innocent comment by her about a minor dissatisfaction with her blog at The Spotted Cat, she woke up Saturday morning to find that I’d spent the night before…Read More New Digs.
Welcome to our new digs! Brian and I have decided to put our verbings together into one repository. We did this for several reasons: It’s fun. We’re a package deal and always have been, so this makes a twisted sort of sense. We enjoy skill development. This project is mostly about Item 3. Brian has…Read More New Skills
I don’t know what happened at Blogger HQ over the last while, but my old blog disappeared. It’s a bit of a shame since a lot of that was content I’d written and never posted anywhere else, but it was probably pretty self-indulgent anyway. I re-posted the blogs I’d written over at MyFitnessPal.com over the…Read More Missing Posts
Okay, confession time: I love the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles show on Nickelodeon. Brian started recording it a few months ago (because nostalgia), and I got totally sucked in. The turtles are funny and endearing, Splinter is cute and fuzzy, and the storylines are fun. The whole show is just fun. Why I really…Read More Kraang!
When I mentioned yesterday that sometimes I’d rather just write about kitten whiskers, one of my favorite colleagues pointed out that combining them with work is totally possible. She is right, so today I present you with kitten whiskers and proposals. Kitten whiskers have two functions: To gauge the size of an opening so the…Read More Kitten Whiskers and Proposals