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Scribbler Subscription Box Review August 2019

Saturday, September 7, 2019



I love the allure of subscription boxes. There is just something about giving myself a surprise gift every month that brings joy to my heart. I have purchased dog mom-related subscription boxes in the past, but I was determined to find a writer-related subscription box. After many Google searches, I stumbled upon the Scribbler subscription box for writers. A month later, the subscription was in my cart and purchased.

Beta-Reading Services Now Available!

Saturday, August 31, 2019



I was listening to Rachel Hollis’s Rise podcast last week. One of the episodes I listened to was “107: Stop Procrastinating.” In this episode, Rachel is ranting about how we make excuses, so we don’t live up to our dreams. She asked her listeners, what dream are you not fulfilling? When I heard this, something is my heart sparked about beta-reading.

It is my dream to grow my blog to offer paid services and paid resources. One day I will sit down with a cup of coffee blogging my heart out and helping clients with their work, rather than going to an 8-5 job. I love making my own schedule and grinding at something I am passionate about. This is why I have decided to offer beta-reading services to the public for the first time.

24 Gifts of Gratitude for My 24-Year-Old-Self

Saturday, August 10, 2019


Tomorrow on August 11th, I will officially be 24 years old. That seems like such a large, abstract number in my head. I know that in the grand scheme of things, 24 is not old at all, but I can tell you at 14, I had no idea what being 24 would be all about. Last year, I did a birthday post on 23 lessons I had learned before turning 23. However, this year I still feel like I’m learning my lessons, so I don’t have a lot to add. Instead of talking about the things I have learned, this year I want to thank myself for who I have become. Today I want to share with you 24 things I’m grateful to myself for accomplishing, in the hope that it will inspire you to think of things you’re grateful for in your own life.

Audiobook Review: 'A Sucky Love Story: Overcoming Happily Ever After' by Brittani Louise Taylor

Saturday, August 3, 2019


I can remember discovering Brittany Louise Taylor when watching Shane Dawson’s YouTube videos in middle school. I’m almost positive I was subscribed to her YouTube channel at some point, but eventually moved on to other content. While looking for a new audiobook to listen to, I saw her memoir in my recommendations and decided to give it a try. Today, I’m going to give you my review of A Sucky Love Story: Overcoming Happily Ever After by Brittani Louise Taylor.

Try These 3 Spotify Playlists to Bring Excitement Back to Your Writing Life

Saturday, June 22, 2019



I have a confession—I can’t stand writing or working in silence. It drives me absolutely bonkers. However, I can’t listen to super distracting music either, or nothing gets done. So to please my ears and my work ethic, I listen to hand-picked writing music. In this post, I’m sharing 3 of my favorite writing playlists for whatever writing mood you’re in. These playlists will keep you engaged and writing all night long.

How I Organize My Life Using The Erin Condren Petite Planner

Saturday, June 8, 2019



When you have a ton of priorities, life can be hectic. I by no means have the busiest life, but I aim to fill my days with things that will help me become the person I want to be. There anything with this, except there is only so many hours in the day. With limited time after work, it is important for me to structure my evenings in a way that lets me be productive and feel good about myself.

In this blog post, I’m taking a break from my general writing content to discuss how I organize my life to be the most productive using the Erin Condren Petite Daily Planner.

How to Use Myers-Briggs Types to Create Characters

Saturday, May 25, 2019



We have all been there. You have a main character and a plot perfectly crafted and organized. You sit down to write your initial draft, and you realize your main character needs to have friends, mentors, family, and enemies with well-crafted personalities that leap from the page. You want to stay away from developing a flat character, but how do you do this quickly and efficiently, so you can get back to writing?

The answer to this scenario is to use Myers-Briggs personality types.


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