The Joys of Keeping a Journal

I’ve journaled off and on throughout my life and the last few years, I’ve been in the ‘on’ mode.

There are plenty of cool journals set up so that you don’t even have to write much. I like the size and feel of My One Line a Day, published by Chronicle Books. It’s supposed to last three years, but for me, a single page is the perfect size for daily use.

Learning a New Language

I’m editing a ton of news stories nowadays about the new coronavirus, which means I’ve had to quickly learn the particulars of the language used to correctly describe it.

A few tidbits for fellow grammar geeks:

The Fruits of Your Labor – and Mine

In today’s mail, I received copies of a much-anticipated book that I helped a first-time author organize and write.

Kelsa Dickey is a financial coach for individuals and small businesses – not a financial planner.

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