My #WiPW for #NaNoWriMo

It's Work In Progress Wednesday but... it's also something else. The past few weeks WiPW has been host to some fabulous guest posts but, right now, I'm letting you all read a post just from me. I'd booked out today for myself, not because I'm selfish, but because, not only is today a Wednesday, but …

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Carols Work in Progress – A #WiPW Guest Post!

I don't know about you, but I can often get into the mindset that "there's time to do something later" and, as such, I put dreams and passions to one side. The horror stories I then go on to hear, though, can make you think you'll never get there; that a passion put to one …

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A Year Long Photography Project – A #WiPW Guest Post

As you may well know, photography is something very dear to my heart (I'm one half of Level Up Photography after-all!) and, if I'm being 100% honest, I've been dying for a photography project to hit Work in Progress Wednesday. Like with all skills and talents, photography requires a lot of practice, it takes a …

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Trusting Ourselves and Our Audience

I want to talk about something called trust. Not the usual kind though, I want to talk about trusting ourselves, our content, and our audience. Trust is often hard to come by as many of us deal with instances in our lives where trust can and does become an issue. Perhaps we're let down one …

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Esme’s Delicious WiPs – A WiPW Guest Post

I'm a big believer that anything we create can be considered art; whether we're painting stories with words, or acrylics, whether we're capturing images on canvas or on film. There's a tendency, though, to forget other art out there; things like sculpture, dance, and even the culinary arts. For the final post of Work in …

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Can you overthink an idea?

Do you ever just mull your ideas over so much that you end up disillusioned? Can you end up overthinking an idea? I don't mean in terms of making something overly complex, though that's also an issue, and I don't mean in terms of talking yourself out of something. I mean in terms of thinking …

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