What is it about this that cracks me up every single time?
Maybe it’s how the store has a very REI look. Maybe it’s the disdain of the store employee…felt that glare before? Because you are not an expert already? The fact that that’s how I’d look kayaking?
Probably all those things and more. Great ad.
Getting my “online classes of a new skill set for some WORK” on…
Step one: fancy shmancy photo editing. Bam!
Promised I’d tell you when I tried something from Pinterest. This was a “beach wave” hair style tip. You roll your hair on the curling iron backwards. It looked horrible while I did it but settled nice, ish.
What do you think?
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I am afraid. And writing isn’t my job. But still I tried to show up ‘to my job’ as a writer. I rewrote my novel, the one that was more of a young girl dream, that I keep trying to make work. I am hoping that maybe I didn’t win the most recent book-publishing contest thingy I entered because it was someone else’s time.
Everything is so good for me these days I get afraid the bottom might fall out and I might lose an arm in my sleep. So it’s only fair to have one little thing that isn’t the way I want. I’m not a published author.
Mostly what’s holding me back is being so terrified of the world. Exposing my emotions about skiing for skiutah.com was harder than I ever imagined – people write shitty comments on blog posts on the internet. That’s lame. It makes me sad. Imagine if I self publish, and then people make mean comments on an even bigger forum, like amazon.com. Yikes.
I loved this TEDtalk Snippy sent me. Well, I only watched it a day later because I was bored. But THEN I loved it. I only didn’t like the lady because I was convinced Eat, Pray, Love was the book Snippy was meant to write, and that she would have killed it.
But, she’s a smart lady. Even if you aren’t a writer, listen to her thoughts. Some people are more creative than others, but I believe we all have a gift of something other than being good at a job, that we are meant to share.
It tells me that the fear and things I feel are real and normal. And I am creative. There will be people that never get that or think it’s worth it, but I can’t let THEM be the reason I don’t do something great.
This was basically my first time on the spot, live interviewing. It was wild and fun. I could do this more…I’m sure with experience you get more comfortable. The great part with someone like me, who does totally get a little star-struck, was just how nice everyone was. Super patient, kind, expecting the interview, and happy to say hi for the camera. I guess that is the job…
Fortunately for me, PCTV thinks I’m ok and I get to do some more filming this weekend! Looking forward to new adventures as the ski season comes to an end.