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June 23, 2016

Jun 23, 2016

So what have I been up to for the past six months? Writing to earn a living.

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mamawolfe
Tell Me, What Do People Thank You For?

Jun 21, 2016

I’m a huge believer in gratitude. It’s actually had a huge, transformative impact on my life in the last several years, and gratitude makes its way into my writing with great frequency. Every morning I practice rituals – savoring a cup of coffee quietly, listening to the birds outside; setting silent intentions for the...

The Blue Muse
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

May 21, 2016
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

Like most college professors the day after finals week, I should be grading. The paper piles, more than half-vanquished but still huge, stare up as I type. Ignoring them, though, I’m sitting at my desk, vacillating between a state of shock that my first year as a tenure-track professor is already …

The Blue Muse
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

May 21, 2016
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

Like most college professors the day after finals week, I should be grading. The paper piles, more than half-vanquished but still huge, stare up as I type. Ignoring them, though, I’m sitting at my desk, vacillating between a state of shock that my first year as a tenure-track professor is already …

The Blue Muse
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

May 21, 2016
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

Like most college professors the day after finals week, I should be grading. The paper piles, more than half-vanquished but still huge, stare up as I type. Ignoring them, though, I’m sitting at my desk, vacillating between a state of shock that my first year as a tenure-track professor is already …

The Blue Muse
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

May 21, 2016
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

Like most college professors the day after finals week, I should be grading. The paper piles, more than half-vanquished but still huge, stare up as I type. Ignoring them, though, I’m sitting at my desk, vacillating between a state of shock that my first year as a tenure-track professor is already …

The Blue Muse
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

May 21, 2016
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

Like most college professors the day after finals week, I should be grading. The paper piles, more than half-vanquished but still huge, stare up as I type. Ignoring them, though, I’m sitting at my desk, vacillating between a state of shock that my first year as a tenure-track professor is already …

The Blue Muse
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

May 21, 2016
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

Like most college professors the day after finals week, I should be grading. The paper piles, more than half-vanquished but still huge, stare up as I type. Ignoring them, though, I’m sitting at my desk, vacillating between a state of shock that my first year as a tenure-track professor is already …

The Blue Muse
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

May 21, 2016
10 ways to celebrate the end of grading

Like most college professors the day after finals week, I should be grading. The paper piles, more than half-vanquished but still huge, stare up as I type. Ignoring them, though, I’m sitting at my desk, vacillating between a state of shock that my first year as a tenure-track professor is already …

mamawolfe
How I’m Learning To Step Out Of The Comfort Zone Of Creativity

May 16, 2016

“The only unique contribution we’ll make in this world will be born of creativity.” ~ Brene Brown There’s this crazy, confusing thing  happening as I get older. As I’ve passed through the decades and find myself looking at a life ahead that is bound to be on the downhill slope, I see with clarity...

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