Hi everyone. Well, I’m gonna start talking more about screenwriting and what I’m doing along those lines. And one of the things I’m doing is I’ve signed up with a mentor. I have a mentor through Women in Film and Video, and we haven’t started yet, but we are working on having our first meeting, I guess. And one of the things that goes with this mentorship is that I’ve been getting assignments, so to speak, from Women in Film and Video. Things to watch, read, listen to. And there’s a really great video I just saw about focus, and it’s interesting because I thought, “Oh, I know this.” And it’s like, well, okay. Yeah, I know this. But then I really started to listen to it. And I thought, you know, something? This is well worth listening to. It’s well worth everybody listening to, so what I’m gonna do is include it in whatever blog post I put this in.
Hi, this is the second time I’ve made this video because the last time I did it, I didn’t look at the camera, which is … it gets really kind of distracting actually, when you look at me doing that. Anyway, I just wanted to talk about what I’ve been doing since I haven’t really been on Twitter actively.
Hi. Today I have a book review of Digital Minimalism: Choosing a Focused Life in a Noisy World by Cal Newport.
Because I’ve suffered a chronic illness called dystonia for many years, I’m all too familiar with how difficult the holidays can be for someone with a chronic condition. For that reason, I’m providing four tips for managing your health during the holiday season.