Tag Archives: Jan Morrill

Performance Anxiety

The oldest advice ever given a wannabe writer was probably,Write what you know. Well, okay the second oldest advice following, Just shoot yourself and get it over with. A few weeks ago, in one of those moments of insanity for … Continue reading

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Weight loss, Bigfoot and Creativity Coaches

Tell me: I saw Bigfoot. My heartfelt reaction is going to be: Wow.  That’s awesome.  How did the encounter change your life? Make me a special offer, a claim that involves me handing over money, time, or energy: Tame your … Continue reading

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Romancing the Stones

I’m not sentimental–I’m as romantic as you are. The idea, you know, is that the sentimental person thinks things will last–the romantic person has a desperate confidence that they won’t.” ― F. Scott Fitzgerald, This Side of Paradise Last week … Continue reading

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Resolutions

My good friend, Jan Morrill, likes New Year’s resolutions.  I love the woman dearly, but I don’t see the point.   Many of my friends mentally hold up goals or wishes, offer these desires to the universe this time of … Continue reading

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