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Another Way to Prepare for a Writer’s New Year


immersed in creative flow underwater with laptopI’m deep in revising the last chapters of my novel. So deep, I sometimes wonder if it qualifies for being in the weeds.

I surfaced a few minutes ago. After stretching, (it’s amazing how stiff my body gets while I’m immersed in the story) I started wondering again what to post here on BaneOfYourResistance this week.

I have a new post semi-drafted that I can and will refine and post soon, but the Universe just sent me a piece of synchronicity too good to pass up.

My previous post, Prepare for a Writer’s New Year, encourages you to let go of what should be and what was so you can open yourself to what can be in 2017. It’s more reflective than tangible. At least I hope you’ll categorize it as reflective, maybe even philosophical and visionary; some might call it “touchy-feely, artsy-farsty”.

carefulcents-freelancer-plannersEither way, I figure a good post of practical suggestions that will give you hands-on planning tools to apply in 2017 will be welcome. And that’s the synchronicity the Universe sent me (via email).

So without further ado, let me redirect you to the 2017 Guide to the Best Paper Planners for Freelancers to Finally Get Organized by Carrie Smith Nicholson over at CarefulCents.com.

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One Comment on “Another Way to Prepare for a Writer’s New Year”

  1. woman76 January 8, 2017 at 2:44 am #

    Thank you! Your post fit right into my annual goal planning and one of the recommended planners arrives today.

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