Here are the links to an almost daily dose of simple sensible suggestions on how to make the most of your day – make the most of your life!
From ScrivenerVirgin / RedPen Mentor, Anne Rainbow
Confused about terminology?
Been poorly? Prioritise, pace yourself, and be prepared to apologise …
Coping with information overload after a break from work …
Simply Scrivener Special webinar. This evening (7.30pm GMT)
Wishing all ScrivenerVirgin followers the best for 2018
Last SSS session of 2017!
Today’s simple sensible suggestion: count down to Christmas with care
NaNoWriMo – TGIO!
Hooray! 50K makes me a NaNoWriMo winner …
Time to talk about Scrivener 3!
Who’s in need of a pep talk? Everyone!
How much is your success worth to you, in money terms?
More or less? Tweaking for greater success.
Halloween? No, it’s the day before NaNo2017
If you could turn back time?
Keeping focus on the task in hand
I can. Can you?
Two weeks to NaNo 2017
Have you tried themed days?
Don’t set yourself up to fail!
Why? Why? Why!
Visualising the end before you set off
Surprise yourself. Surprise others!
Off to Oxford: for tomorrow’s Literary Lunch with Clare Mackintosh, author of I SEE YOU
What’s so special about 5.13?
How far ahead should you plan?
How to avoid teething problems
Making your week last longer
What’s RedPen Mentoring all about?
Do you hate Mondays?
Contact strategy: awareness, engagement, fulfilment, amazement, recommendation …
How to take a holiday?
Listen to me? Listen to you! Take 2!!
Everything takes time. Give your ideas time to evolve?
Making the most of the full moon
Surround yourself with beauty
When in Rome
All’s well that ends?
Arts or Science? Left or right brain?
Travel broadens the mind?
En vacance, en France
Delphiniums blue and geraniums red?
Great to go travelling?
Me time versus our time versus no time
It’s NOT all in the planning!
It’s all in the planning?
Each to their own?
The morning routine – starts the night before!
You are the captain of your ship?
Colour me purple
Don’t be a victim of circumstance!
Learn something new every day.
Flexibility – essential for day-to-day survival
Do the right things and do them in the right order.