August has been a wild ride -- on and offline -- with a ton of reviews, book lists and interviews on this blog! Summer is also winding down and the air is starting to feel different with kids returning to school and Instagram travel posts slowing down. I also have some news for all the readers who enjoy this monthly collection of links and favorites.
A collection of favorite links from around the web in July 2019. Includes several articles for freelancers, tips for writers and a video from a new favorite travel vlogger.
Why, hello there! It's the end of another eventful month -- so eventful that I couldn't send out my newsletter (sorry!) -- and time for another roundup. This time, I'm scheduling my newsletter for tomorrow morning as I type, so you can rest ASSURED that it's coming. I'm also making up for practically disappearing on [...]
Hello there, How's your week going? May has honestly been a blur. I only realized yesterday that Friday is the actual end of the month. How wild? I deleted my Instagram account earlier this month and it feels like I never had Instagram. Life just feels less noisy and my evenings seem to have opened [...]
Hello hello, I hope you've had a fantastic month! As I predicted in last month's round up, April was B U S Y, but in the best way. When you see this I'll be attending a week-long Bible school I've been looking forward to for about a year now, but I have a few lovely [...]
Think you want to start freelancing online? This post might just be what you need. I must sound like a broken record by now but: I've been officially freelancing for the last six months. Things have snowballed for me in many good ways since I began, and I thought it would be nice to talk [...]
My monthly round up of favorite internet links. March features Helen Oyeyemi's favorite things, storytelling tips, and how to enjoy being single + more!
Managing financial anxiety as a freelancer, rookie freelancer mistakes, advice for writers, and a whole lot of book buzz in February 2019 favorites.
How to launch a freelance career, the editing society in Nigeria, two favorite podcast episodes, and a list of Caribbean books to look out for in 2019.
A collection of my favorite things in December, including balancing creative projects with a 9-5, the best eggless pancake recipe, and a non-fiction piece about loss, change, and memory.
2018 has been INTENSE, but, oh, so good.
August was obviously a FULL month! I'm really excited about September and finding my rhythm again after a long and productive summer break.
I joined the KacheeTee writing team, am hosting a summer reading program for kids, and more updates from July and early August!