Writing a book is a time-consuming and involved process. These 7 questions will help you decide whether you want to go through it!
The exact steps and process Jaden and I followed to produce and publish The Very Weird, Hilariously Awful Life of Clanky kid’s picture book
As you would imagine, there’s a bit involved in writing and publishing a book. The aim of this post is to allow you to go in with ‘eyes wide open’ and ensure your expectations of the process are realistic.
I hope you’ll indulge me as I expand on the six rules for life I shared at Ant’s funeral
If you’re having trouble ‘doing the hard’ thing associated with the sense of satisfaction you’re aiming for, chances are you’ve decided you have a willpower problem.
Former snobby me would never have put that book out into the world. Non-snobby me has gone on to experience these further benefits from writing that first book …
2017 was a weird year for me; one where I can’t really remember who I was at the start, much less who I hoped to be at the end.
Decluttering gives a sense of satisfaction and control – something that is very calming at crazy times.
The next time you find yourself with a window of time that’s begging to be filled, say ‘Yes’ to something you want to do.
Your writing doesn’t need to be legible. The words and sentences don’t even need to make sense or be grammatically correct.
Paid work always trumps ‘work that is unpaid right now but might pay off someday’. So, I often spend my precious morning hours doing stuff for clients
Most ideas seem amazing in the moment, but when you give them a day or two to marinate, their flaws become apparent. This is true for everyone.
If you’ve tried meditation in the past and decided it’s not for you, it’s definitely worth revisiting it by trying the four things I mention in this post.
I wanted to tackle a big subject today. Something like ‘the meaning of life’. But then I realised, I don’t actually think there is one.