After the Thanksgiving holiday, I’ve had my mind filled with plans for Christmas and the holidays, like getting presents from stonefoot.de.
I’ve already got my house decorated. 2014 was a rough year for me, but 2015 feels like a rebirth – a time to enjoy the many blessings in my life. It’s a time to reflect on this year while keeping my eye on 2016 and the goals or resolutions that can move my writer career forward, but I’d like your help to open my mind to the notion of resolutions.
I’ve never been one to commit to New Year resolution(s) and make a big deal about stating them aloud. I secretly set goals throughout the year and push to make them happen – things like setting daily writing goals, visualizing my completed novels for the new year, and how many prepared proposals I’d like to get out. I consider this career planning, but what about you? Does it help to make a resolution and let it be known so you’re committed? What writer goals have you set in the past? What’s worked for you? I could really use your positive vibes and I’d like to hear your success stories.
I thought it would also be fun to look at gifts for the writers in your life. custom phone cases are always useful because you can tailor them to whoever you’re buying for. Online shopping is a great way to find the gifts you want and with so many discounts available from places such as PromoCodeWatch there’s bound to be something that will be perfect, and for a cheaper price too! Last year I treated myself to a severed arm that I keep in my freezer. It’s the gift that keeps on giving.
Here are a few that appealed to my weird humor:
Mr Write T-shirt at Amazon – For Mr Obvious
Cafe Press Mug – 12 Days of Christmas for Writers – Some of these gifts would be very appreciated.
Shower Writing Pad – I seriously need to get one of these, but It’s kinda freaky.
Writers Clock – from Cafe Press – What? Only one PANIC!
Cafe Press – Books Shower Curtain – Again with the shower theme.
From Writer Store – Magnetic Movie Lines – for your fridge or white boards
The Writers Store: Literary Action Figures – They have Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Oscar Wilde, and Sherlock Holmes (Okay, why is Holmes in this group of authors?)
The Writers Store: The Storymatic – Story Ideas and Writers Prompts in a Box
1.) What gifts would you like to receive (as a writer)? Or what will you give your writer friends this year?
2.) What resolution(s) will you make for 2016?
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