I’m a classically trained musician, wife, and mother of two rambunctious boys. Recently, I became a writer on Medium.
I like to live a peaceful and spiritual life and to enjoy every moment. I always remind myself that life is short so I’d better make the most of it.
In the past, I lived a humble yet satisfying life as a musician. Music has always been a driving force in my life. I’ve played music, taught music, and committed my whole life to music. My favorite music quote is: “Without music life will B flat.” by Dulcinea Martinez ♪♪♪
Have you been indecisive about something in your life? Are you afraid of taking risks? Do you have difficulties moving forward? The reason for it may be the fear that is holding you back.
All of us at some point in our lives have experienced fear. Whether it is a fear of starting a new job, changing a career, or starting a new business.
The fear can be physical and psychological. In this article, I’d like to focus on psychological fear. Fear can:
I’ve read advice of many writers who recommend writing creative nonfiction as a way to boost your writing skills. Their advice was music to my ears, so I jumped on it without hesitation and started incorporating creative nonfiction into my writing routine.
In creative writing, creative nonfiction encompasses any work based on factual information. It can be a personal story, a memoir, nature writing, and literary journalism, written with a creative flair. What sets a creative nonfiction piece apart is that there is no fiction. …
Some days I wake up with great energy and feel like I can conquer the world. But on other days, not so much. My energy and motivation are down. So when I’m not on top of my game, I’m looking for ways to hack my brain to feel better instantly.
The little habits we engage in throughout the day can have a great impact on our mood.
Here are four micro habits that help me add a little pep to my step.
There are days when I feel like I can take on the world. I’m in great spirits and my energy is overflowing. But on other days, no matter how disciplined I am, I can’t pull myself up by my bootstraps, and I struggle with motivation.
Being a writer and editor, I spend quite a bit of time in front of my desk. With that said, I need to put myself in the right frame of mind to tackle my work when I have to. …
As a new writer, I started writing about eight months ago. As for everyone, the writing wasn’t easy. At first, it felt like a tumultuous process of working in a mining factory. The questions that came to my mind were: “Is writing for me?” or “Am I truly fit to be a writer?” I’d dabbled in writing in the past, but at the time, wasn’t sure if that was the road I wanted to take. But then a light bulb switched on in my head and I pushed myself to continue.
As I kept going, I realized I wasn’t as…
Everyone wants to find success on Medium. And you may be wondering what would help you increase your chances for success.
As someone who has been writing on the platform for eight months, I can offer some tips.
Publishing regularly helps you to be in the spotlight of your readers. With that said, if you wrote an article today and wait for the whole week to publish another one, you’re not doing it right. You should aim for publishing at least twice or three times a week.
This way you keep the readers engaged by being consistent and delivering engaging…