Now that it’s December, the Christmas season is in full swing with concerts, bake sales, parties, and special events. That means our schedules are filling up with places to be, there are more sweets everywhere, hoards of people to visit, a deadline for shopping looming closer… How do we take care of ourselves in such busy times?
For the first time in a long time, I let someone read my writing. And the rollercoaster ride of emotions was wild. Read on to find out what a beta reader is and what’s it’s like to send a manuscript to them…
My twenties have been spent learning a lot about myself. One fun way I like to help that process along is to take personality tests. Why is it important to know yourself? You can learn what you value, how you want to spend your time, what makes you happy, etc. Plus personality tests are just kind of fun!
So you’re choreographing a musical. In musical theatre you can go from choreographing a modern piece in one show to the typical box step extravaganza in the next. Here are some tips for choreographing a musical.
What’s up with the commodification of self-care? Self-care is the hot word of the decade. The movement is a reaction to our productivity-praising society. So if self-care is a survival mechanism, doesn’t that mean it’s wrong to commodify it? What’s up with all those people making money off our need to take care of ourselves?