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#WriteMotivation Week 3

Not Alone

You are not alone
I am not alone
No matter the situation, there’s always someone there for you.

My #EliminateTheNegative is going pretty well. I’m finding the positives about me, the things I like about me. I’m considering doing this for the A to Z Blogging Challenge in April to go along with my Positive Post-It Notes I did last year. Being positive is a daily struggle but so worth it in the end. Because, going down that lonely, dark, abyss…well, that’s never fun, is it?
I’m learning a lot, exploring my emotions: admitting, facing, accepting, overcoming them is a constant struggle. You can read my first post about the feeling of being Unworthy if you wish.

January #WriteMotivation goals

  1. Get back into the swing of things. while on vacation I stagnated, zero words.
    While re-reading my WIP, and not getting back into the head of my MC or the meat of it, I did manage to write another part of the “back story” for it, only about 400 words, but it’s progress. Soon, I will get back into it. I just know it!
  2. Work on my positive thinking and trying to connect with other caregivers of veterans. Over the last 3 months I’ve spiraled out of control into a deep abyss and I am trying to claw my way back out.
    Still working on that with the VA Caregiver Program. While the “Building Better Caregivers” course isn’t just for veteran spouses, it has shown me that the emotions and thoughts I have are not unique. Still participating in the Facebook groups I found online. And I’m still in contact with my friend in Tampa. I Joined up with Hearts of Valor and there is a dinner meeting on Thursday I am going to try to attend. HOPEFUL!
  3. Playing with a new idea for a blog but this may be private for a while and will be a different website. This should help with #2.
    So, as I said, I opened up my new blog idea to the public. If you haven’t seen it yet, stop on by and let me know what you think! Also, I’ve got another something in the works as my friend in Tampa, since her husband’s accident he’s been home and working on his books and company. He’s offered me something wonderful and I hope it works out! His ideas are so amazing. Haven’t heard from him yet, but he’s got company in town for a few weeks.
  4. Read another book. In progress…trying to finish up Xenocide, the 3rd book in the Ender Series. 85% done!



  1. Ping from Heather Cashman:

    Congrats on the positive outlook! You look beautiful in your picture. Hope you have another wonderful, positive week.

  2. Ping from Patricia Lynne:

    You doing great. =) I hope you do that for the A to Z Challenge, your posts last year were awesome.

  3. Ping from Leigh Caroline:

    *loves* You’re doing awesome, sweetie! KEEP IT UP! <3 *hugs*

  4. Ping from Angela Brown:

    I’m finding that being positive each day brings about a smile uncalled upon. That can lighten the things trying to settle on my heart, especially when I give myself a moment to take a 360 look around at so many other things people are suffering and smiling through. Glad you’re doing well 🙂

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