Author Heather Sunseri“I write entirely to find out what I’m thinking, what I’m looking at, what I see and what it means.” -Joan Didion
Sometimes ideas stick, sometimes they are a starting points for something else. Either way, the calling happened (this time) during a road trip to a funeral in Eastern Kentucky to honor a great man.
Photo Courtesy of the John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove, Montgomery County Audubon Collection, and Zebra Publishing This post was originally written and published on April 20, 2022 via Substack. Today’s post is a diary of sorts — thoughts leftover from a...
Toxic Positivity by Whitney Goodman is WAY more than a self-help book, it’s a book for bringing more humanity back into humans.
Not even the writers and creatives out there, who were already working from home for the most part when the pandemic began, have escaped feeling overworked.
“Time is the big, precious, unrenewable resource.” ~ Brené Brown
As a writer, and as a human being, I like to study the human reaction to life. And the ways in which people handle grief are perplexing to me.
Sometimes you need heartfelt video evidence that people can come together to produce joy, like this video of a flash mob symphony performing Ode to Joy.
Celebrating another birthday (even my 50th) is not something I fear, because I know what the alternative is.
Is Twitter toxic? Or does it inspire plots for upcoming thriller novels? Trying to decide.
Habits formed over the long haul can be useful in forming good routines for your health or for your productivity.