I've recently returned from the Greater Philadelphia Christian Writers Conference (GPCWC) held earlier this month in Lansdale, Pennsylvania. My thoughts in the aftermath swirl while thumbing through pages of notes and photos. I review new friendships forged and link with each on social media. Reconnecting with kindred writing peers I see once a year requires follow-up. My to-do list priorities in the wake of conference fills a spreadsheet. Where do I begin . . .
Got challenges? Don't we all. Life is filled with obstacles on the pathway to realizing our goals and purposes. How do you conquer them?
Well, for a quick fix, I look for something in my power wardrobe. When I wear clothes that fit well and look great on me, I feel empowered and confident. Power clothes shield me from people seeing me in my unvarnished weakness. Like, the crippling insecurity that often comes from . . . well . . . for instance—heading to a writer’s conference to mingle with peer professionals . . .
I'm a writer, speaker, and dramatist who loves treasure hunts in thrift stores, antique shops, vintage books, and God's Word ~ not necessarily in that order!
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