Working through distractedness

Therapist: So, what’s the problem today? Me: What do you mean ‘today’? Therapist: Okay, what’s your problem? Me: I don’t like the sound of that either. Your problem? Meaning only I have this problem? Therapist: Okay, what’s on your mind? Me: Lots of things. That’s the problem. I have attention Read more…

Minutes from my first board meeting

The meeting was commenced at 7:07. Attendees: Tim Haag, Boo Haag Approval of minutes: N/A Officers Reports: Tim reported he had started a new blog that will, in the future, consist of a variety of forms of writing, including advice columns, cartoons, recipes, telegrams, and classified ads. Boo presented his Read more…

Not a shill…

Just a quick point. I mention books and software merely to provide information. There is no profit motive involved.

After a Scrivener session…

A few more helpful bits to apply to my projects… There is a ‘Snapshot’ feature that encourages you to experiment with your writing and then roll back to the point where you ‘took a snapshot’ and followed the alternative path. Consider using one of Scrivener’s own project templates. It helps to Read more…

Self-accountability…

I have to remind myself that the blog is just as much to make me accountable to myself. With that in mind… “So, Tim, what’s going on with your Lisa G book?” “Sitting down and editing never feels like I’m getting anything done. It just doesn’t feel ‘concrete’ enough. It feels Read more…