So, it’s official: The semester is finished! (*cue confetti canon*) Over the coming weeks, I plan to do some serious catching up on my reading and writing. The end of the semester is always stressful, and while I have always managed to get all my work done eventually, I let my writing fall by the … Continue reading Writing as Self-Care
So, this week is my university’s spring vacation, and I decided to make the 17-hour drive back to Massachusetts for break. I was worried that because I wasn’t at my apartment with campus and all of its impending responsibilities looming a few miles away, I wouldn’t be nearly as productive. But I’m on day two … Continue reading A Change of Scenery
Write a story where two characters miss the bus. For one, it's the start of the best day ever. For the other, it's the worst thing that could have happened.
Write a story that has these three items in it: a silk wrap, a piece of chalk, a camera
Following the infallible logic that it’s not procrastinating if it’s even tangentially related to something that I need to do, I decided to look up the etymology of the word author. (It’s relevant to writing and to linguistics! See, it totally doesn’t count as procrastination. *wink*) Anyways, I wanted to share what I found because … Continue reading The Etymology of Author