A Workaholic’s Guide to Stop Working So Damn Much

A Workaholic's Guide to Stop Working So Damn Much via KLWightman.com
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I wrote this blog post for me.

I’ve always been against the corporate grind in my youth. I couldn’t think of a worse torture than sitting behind the high walls of a cube.

Now that’s where I sit ten hours a day during what we call the workweek.

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4 Ways You Can Be Creative on Command

4 Ways You Can Be Creative on Command via KLWightman.com
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Sometimes, creativity is a choice. You miraculously have the afternoon free to take on your creative project, be it writing, painting, crafts or whatever else lets you be expressive.

Sometimes, creativity is not a choice. You have more days than not in your career where a creative solution from you is needed either minutes before the end of the day or at a high-peak, high-stress moment.

That’s why I wrote this blog post.

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My Camp NaNoWriMo: Week One

My Camp NaNoWriMo Week One via KLWightman.com
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I swear I’m doing it this time! Several times I’ve said in my blog posts that I’d take on Camp NaNoWriMo but I fall short. I even signed up last April with a project and cabin—but didn’t write one word.

That’s going to change.

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Making Camp NaNoWriMo Work When Life Doesn’t

Making Camp NaNoWriMo Work When Life Doesn't via KLWightman.com
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Here’s how Camp NaNoWriMo goes for me: I pick out a writing project that I’m psyched to write, yet I find myself with the mantra “I’ll start it tomorrow” because of work and family commitments and errands until I find myself with the month over and no words written.

Has this happened to you?

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