And here is the part where I share what my goals are for next year. I’m counting on all of you to ask me how I’m doing with these throughout the year; keep me accountable! Social media I want to try to limit my personal time on social media. I need them for work purposes,… Read More Looking forward to 2018: the goals
Continuing from yesterday’s gushing positive post, it’s time for me to talk about a few of the things that were less happy times for me in 2017. If you’re close to me, you know that I also had some pretty rough times this year as well. I’m glad I went through what I went through… Read More Looking back on 2017: the constructive
Surprise entry in this week-long series of posts about the new year! I wrote a post on the Spoonie Authors Network regarding the experience of choosing a new name for myself. Enjoy!
Looking back, looking ahead It’s the beginning of a brand new year, and for me, as for many people, this time is a time of relaxation, but also it’s a time for reflecting on things to come and things that have just come to pass. 2017 was a year of so many things for me,… Read More Looking back on 2017: the good
This short story takes place after Blood Matters, and is part of the Renaissance Holiday Blog roll. To find out more and read more great stories, click here! There had been light, and laughter, and joy; sweet-scented trees with bright ornaments, with presents underneath, and cookies, smiles, and hugs. Not in the end, though.… Read More A Family by Choice Christmas
CW for transphobia, murder, suicide. It’s transgender day of remembrance. Today we remember our transgender siblings who have fallen to murder and suicide. This year is the deadliest on record for the murder of transgender people, with transgender women of colour being at the highest risk. But it isn’t just about murder; transgender… Read More Transgender day of remembrance