Best Things in Life…

What makes my life fun?  What are my favorite things?

  • Going to museums
  • Free concerts
  • Spending time with family and friends
  • Taking naps
  • Reading books
  • Getting cards in the mail
  • Off roading in my Jeep
  • Driving through the country
  • The smell of old books
  • Spending time in nature
  • Going to libraries
  • Going to bookstores
  • Being spontaneous
  • Sleeping on sheets fresh out of the dryer
  • Blogging
  • Walking through a park
  • Playing video games at an arcade
  • Making people laugh
  • Traveling
  • Watching animals play
  • Petting my dogs
  • Playing boardgames
  • Spending time alone
  • Netflix binging

How about you?  What makes you happy?

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I’m Pro Fun

When you have confidence, you can have a lot of fun.  And when you have fun, you can do amazing things.  – Joe Namath

At the end of the day, if I can say I had fun, it was a good day.  – Simone Biles

Just keep taking chances and having fun.  – Garth Brooks

Never, ever underestimate the importance of having fun.  – Randy Pausch

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A Writer’s Work is Never Done

Writers spend a lot of time writing, but that’s only part of the job.

Writers must also read constantly.  They should read books, magazines, news articles, fiction, and non-fiction.

Writers need to go out into the world and explore.  Writers need to try new things and have adventures.  If you spend all your time locked up in your house reading or writing, what will you have to write about?

One major benefit of being a writer, I can turn anything into a work related activity.  If I spent the whole day reading, I was working.  Going to the movies, museums, hiking, amusement parks, and having all sorts of adventures may be fun, but it is also research.

As a writer, my brain is always thinking about how I would describe everything I see, hear, or do.

I am a writer and I am always working.

 

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