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Month: July 2018

Domain Disasters and Coding Conundrums: What I Learned Moving My Blog to WordPress

First and foremost, I am happy to announce that my new and improved site is now alive and kicking. I am so happy with how it turned out, but let me tell you, getting to this point was NOT. EASY. It feels like eons ago that I announced that I would be moving my site from Blogger to WordPress, and that in the interim, the blog would be down. I predicted it would be about a week. At this point, I don’t even know how long ago that was, because I’ve had bloodshot eyes glued to the screen for nights…

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I Decided to Take Judy Blume’s MasterClass on Writing

As I was casually scrolling through my Instagram feed the other night while taking a much needed break from my massive writer’s block, I noticed an ad for Judy Blume’s MasterClass on Writing. I have long been aware of the MasterClass series, and remember being very excited to learn that Judy Blume would be featured as an expert for one of their many classes. As any proper bookish girl born in the 80s, I spent much of my youth devouring Blume’s honest and imaginative stories about growing up and all of the awkward feelings that accompany those painful pre-teen years.…

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About Last Night…

*Edit: The night in question was actually NOT last night, as it has taken me almost a week to find the motivation to write anything. But I like the title, so I’m keepin’ it. The last few weeks have been a whirlwind. With the busiest part of the summer now behind me, I finally have a moment to reflect on all I have experienced, and even more importantly, to put those experiences into words. Between the road trip to Palm Springs and camping at both Lake Oroville and New Brighton State Beach, there is much to unpack, but the problem…

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