To Have Done Your Work

“It feels so good to have done your work, no matter how it went, or seemed to go. Just spend the time, and then go on with the day; no need for re-hashing anything, or staring back at it. It’ll be there tomorrow, little hands on its hips, little foot tapping, waiting for you to notice it again. You have it to do each day, and that marvelous fact gives meaning to everything else. You know quite clearly what you’re supposed to do. Tomorrow, and tomorrow.” 

~ Richard Bausch, American novelist and short story writer

Writing Apprenticeships

15 years as an instructional designer9 writing jobs
and I’m definitely ready to write a book or two or three or four or….

We all need to do our writing apprenticeships. We all have to make a living while we write our books. If you were supposed to choose one of these writing jobs, which one would that be?