Join Alex J. Cavanaugh and a multitude of writer's in this monthly hop to help support one another!
Purpose: To share and encourage. Writers can express doubts and concerns without fear of appearing foolish or weak. Those who have been through the fire can offer assistance and guidance. It’s a safe haven for insecure writers of all kinds!
Alex's awesome co-hosts are Tyrean Martinson, Ellen @ The Cynical Sailor, Megan Morgan, Jennifer Lane, and Rachna Chhabria!
**The Beginning of a New Year**
Speaking of writing~I've had many disappointments. I've failed in certain aspects, but as a writer we learn to pick up the pieces, snap them all together, and begin again. Failures, learning, and motivation are part of the writing process. We grow each day and strive for that ultimate success.
Take each day in stride ~ good, bad, or indifferent.
**Happy New Year My Blogger Friends**
Yes, we've all had failures. The important thing is to get motivated, learn from our mistakes, and start a new blank page like you are doing. Happy New Year! Hope it's great.ReplyDelete
Hi, Catherina! Love the images you've included. Not sure if you're a Star Wars fan but one of my favorite lines from The Last Jedi was Yoda telling Luke Skywalker that failure is the best teacher. I couldn't agree more! Thanks so much for spreading the word about my new release and may your new year start off with flashes of light!ReplyDelete
I'm a big Star Wars fan. Thank you Jennifer!Delete
Fortunately, we can always keep moving forward.ReplyDelete
Good advice to take each day in our stride. Like Alex said, we can always move forward.ReplyDelete
All the best for the New Year.
All the Best Ellen.Delete
I'll be working on that 365 pages. That's a promise!ReplyDelete
So true, so true: Failures, learning, and motivation are part of the writing process. We grow each day and strive for that ultimate success.ReplyDelete
Take each day in stride ~ good, bad, or indifferent
Your words sum it up beautifully. We just need to keep going, no matter what, and find the joy in what we're doing each day. Like today, it's about reading inspiring IWSG posts!
Excellent example of what a writer is made of. If we weren't stubborn, and resilient, we'd have given up long ago. Have a great January.ReplyDelete
Anna from elements of emaginette
i immediately related to that pinwheel of sparklers. I want to be exactly like that in 2018. Here's to a bright and exciting new year.ReplyDelete
Happy New Year to you, Cathy!! Here's to a great one, my friend. *hugs*ReplyDelete
Happy New Year, My Friend!!Delete
Failure just means we're one step away from success. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Happy New YearDelete
Failures happen. They're some of the surest and most perfect paths to success in the long haul though, so savor them. Best to you.ReplyDelete
Thank you Eden.Delete
Can't have success without failure.ReplyDelete
True. Thank you DianeDelete
We'll just keep on writing, cuz that's what we do. Happy Writing 2018, Cathrina!ReplyDelete
So true! Happy New Year.Delete
"Take each day in stride" I love it.ReplyDelete
Wishes you a wonderful new year with lots of success.
Thank you Lynda. Happy New Year.Delete
I hope you have an amazing 2018!ReplyDelete
You too Misha!!Delete
Hopefully 2018 will be a banner year.ReplyDelete
Yes, for both of us!Delete
What an uplifting post, Cathrina! I have high hopes that 2018 will be better year for many people. Wishing you all the best and hoping you write a great 365 days!ReplyDelete
Thank you Fundy! Happy New Year!Delete
Happy New YearReplyDelete
Nice And Very useful info.Amazing write-up....Thanks!
Beginning again is key to keeping going. Otherwise, I'd always be ending. Hope your new year delivers great promise!ReplyDelete
A great and encouraging post to start off the year! Here's to a great one. :)ReplyDelete
We all fail and get back up again. It's the getting up that counts. Let's start that fresh page. :) Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Failures just com with the territory. I learn from them and move on, knowing they make me a better person. Have a great 2018.ReplyDelete
So true about failure. Even though it's an inevitable aspect of writing, I still wish it wasn't so frequent sometimes, LOL. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete