Creative endeavors are tough! Writers get reviewed. Musicians get ranked. Artists continually need to explain their work. Poets… oh, the poor poets. So, why do we put up with so… Read more »
After you’ve been in the creative biz for a while, you’ll encounter some crazy stereotypes. Writers are flaky. Musicians are unreliable. True? False? We talk about all that today.
Is your freelancing biz an actual business or a hobby? Today we wrestle with that burning question and discuss tax deductions and steps you should take if you want to… Read more »
Freelancing… yeah. Getting paid can be an issue sometimes. Today Jacklyn (a long time musician) and I talk reeling in the moola and how to avoid that uncomfortable situation where… Read more »
Today’s a red letter day because in today’s Notes from Minnesota I’ve got a fantastic co-hostess (with the mostess). Her name’s Jackie. She’s one of the best musicians you’ll ever… Read more »
Well, this one’s not very great. Bad news on the family front. It’s amazing how quickly life can change. Go hug your family. Stat.
Oh my. Today’s all about managing life when you work in a home office.
So… cancerversary 2.5 has come and gone. Today’s all about the gifts of adversity. Podcast is short today, got Thanksgiving fixings to prepare. Enjoy!
I’m a bit jumbled today. Apologies. Cancerversaries tend to do that. If you’ve ever had health issues, you may relate to this whole crazy work/health balance. 🙂
Today’s all about prosperity, writing, and transformation. I introduce you to Honoree Corder and her latest awesome project, Prosperity for Writers. Enjoy!
Today’s podcast highlights: Never throw your car in “park” when cruising down the street How to easily fill your cup and jumpstart ideas for your latest project Slower writing versus… Read more »
In today’s episode of Notes from Minnesota, you can hear all about one of the grossest things I’ve ever found while taking my daily walk. Ack, what a story. However,… Read more »
Is right here. Enjoy!
Ha. Check ‘er out. I’ve done a bit of tweaking to Writing Etc. and decided to turn the ever popular column “Notes from Minnesota” into a weekly podcast. Should be… Read more »