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Riding The Cycle Of Creativity (Which Means Get Off The Computer and Take Care of the Kids)

Ideally, every Monday, I’m going to have a top ten list of links — kind of what I’m watching in the writing world. Well, it’s Monday. I got nuthin’.

We had a really busy weekend which concluded with my bigger three kids staying with my in-laws for a few days. This means that the little two, ages 3 and 5, don’t have the bigger ones to follow, entertain them, and pick up after them. Sigh. Mommy has to be a Mommy.

What I have instead, is this an interesting link about tarticle“>he cycle of creativity. I’m sure that you will find it applicable in your writing.

I’ll get to my Top Ten as soon as I get through my housework, get back from Costco, play Wii with my son, work out and . . . . sigh again.

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2 Responses to “Riding The Cycle Of Creativity (Which Means Get Off The Computer and Take Care of the Kids)”

  1. Kathy

    Hey! This looks weird. I hate upgrades. I’ll fix it later.


  2. I’m all about getting off the computer and taking care of the kids. Tomorrow. *sigh* I struggle eternally.

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