I need to start writing in here more often. It’s interesting being able to go back and read what was happening/what my plans and priorities were years ago and see how much I’ve achieved or still need to do. It’s hard to believe it’s almost the end of September. We only have 3 months left… Continue reading Good year so far
I’ve set myself a Writing Challenge: Finish my WIP before we fly out to Canada… which is in 6 days! I’ve really dropped the ball on my writing the past couple of months. May and June were utterly pathetic when it came to word counts. May was only 256, and June wasn’t much better at… Continue reading Writing Challenge: Finish the WIP before we go to Canada (in 6 days).
I did it! I hit the triple figures! Just… hehehe. Didn’t quite make it on the word count, sigh. More on that further down. March stats: Words written: 24,658 Days of 1000+ words: 15 Days of between 1-999 words: 7 Days of zero words: 9 CRT (teaching) days: 8 Books sold: 85 Money made: Approx. $105-112! I hit a… Continue reading March Reflections
Okay, it’s official. This year is going too fast! How can we already be in March?! Autumn officially started here today, although you wouldn’t know it from the forecast. The week is all 30+ degrees (86+ Fahrenheit), beautifully sunny, and feeling very summery! We had a slow start to the summer, so hopefully the warm… Continue reading February Reflections
Writing is definitely my passion, and what I want to do with the rest of my life for a living, but obviously I’m not there yet (just have a squizz at the Show Me the Money tab above!). Not even close to there. Well, not unless I move to somewhere with an extremely low cost of… Continue reading One day of relief teaching = 120 sales.
Well, we’re almost at the end of 2015. I’m still not entirely sure how that crept up on me so fast! 2015 has been a solid year for me. Not bad at all, but not super fantastic either. Just very busy… Or maybe that was only the second half of the year.. Some achievements for the… Continue reading End of the year!
It’s 7am. I’ve been up for an hour. All I want to do is crawl back into my warm, cozy bed and snuggle up to The Lovely Boyfriend. Alas, I also need money and want to work today. So I’m up, willing my phone to ring. 6 – 6:15am: Get up. Look forward to later… Continue reading Day in the life of a CRT (Casual Relief Teacher)