Lessons Learned While Writing Banish Your Inner Critic

Posted by on May 6, 2017 in Writing | No Comments
Lessons Learned While Writing Banish Your Inner Critic

I learned that I shouldn’t try to force the book’s content, my ideas, or my writing into a mold – that I should only do that which is authentic to myself. So much has changed in the last 8 years since I wrote my first book The CSS Detective Guide, but some things haven’t. As to […]

Banish Your Inner Critic Book Excerpt: “Readjust to Trust”

Posted by on May 5, 2017 in Writing | No Comments
Banish Your Inner Critic Book Excerpt: “Readjust to Trust”

“Can you remember who you were before the world told you who you should be?” — Danielle LaPorte, author, speaker, entrepreneur, and blogger Have you encountered a four-year-old lately? At this age, many children are very much themselves. They are clear about their likes, dislikes, and wants. They are wonderfully opinionated and sassy. They are […]

Why I Wrote Banish Your Inner Critic

Posted by on Apr 13, 2017 in Writing | No Comments
Why I Wrote Banish Your Inner Critic

Back when I was writing my first book The CSS Detective Guide in 2009, I battled self doubt almost every day. But when I was done writing and designing the book’s website, I reached one of the deepest, most blissful states of creative flow that I have ever been in. Afterwards, I understood why. During […]