We are entering the second phase of the year – April, May, and June. Time really does fly by as we are in the end of the third month of the year. So many of us had dreams of what our lives would look like by now. Some of you thought you’d be published by now, and others have published a story only to wonder what they’re going to do next in their life. Tomorrow is a new day. Rather than obsess and create unhealthy attachments to your dreams of yesterday, keep your focus on the now.
I know what it’s like to create goals and only to have them bumped down the “to do” list. The passion and desire kind of flicker into an unrecognizable flame. The good news is that the flame is still there. Instead of writing 7 things to get done, I obsess and attachment my desire to 3 things. Once I get those three things completed, I celebrate.
Yes, you read that right. I go out and celebrate. This is important because life is about the small steps that lead you to the big steps.
No matter what is on your “to do” list, know that I have found 5 paying markets that want your story today. Are you thinking about a story you wrote a while back, but needed a home for it today? No worries, I’ve got your back!
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Meli Halstead is a kickass intuitive teacher who helps writers get their stories written using a variety of oracles. She has held several workshops to help writers get their thoughts into book form. Her goal for the 2014 – 2015 year is to help 1300 writers write and publish their book so they can make a name for themselves. She has written and published several short stories in her life time. She also helps creatives create workshop programs. She also gives a voice to those who are trapped in the cruel world of human trafficking.