February’s 30-Day Challenge and Some Thoughts on Writing

I know; February doesn’t have 30 days. I decided to give it two extra so that I can continue having 30-day challenges instead of¬†monthly challenges-the last day of January and the first day of March. That leaves 30 days in March for that month’s challenge. If it doesn’t make sense, don’t bother. It’s not important. … Continue reading February’s 30-Day Challenge and Some Thoughts on Writing

30-Day Challenges: A Month of Writing Experiments (and December reflections)

So at the beginning of December, I’d declared that my 30-day challenge for the month would be to learn cooking. For three days, everything went well – I made some sweet potatoes that were, well, sweet, a surprisingly tasty paneer dish, and a very disappointing sweet pea soup. But after that, I fell terribly sick … Continue reading 30-Day Challenges: A Month of Writing Experiments (and December reflections)