It's that weird liminal holiday space after Christmas and before the New Year.
For me: the kids are home, I'm working weird hours from home, my Papa Connie -- Papi's Papi -- passed away on Noche Buena and I'm still in CA not in Puerto Rico. It's a weird week.
I don't know that I have the spoons to do the usual reflecting, intention setting, and charting a course for my writing life that I do each year.
That being said, I know some of you have found my process useful, so I updated the Write Your Year Workbook and Course and it's available for purchase again for $20.23.
The self-guided workbook will help you reflect on 2022, set intentions for 2023, and guide you through a process for making an intuitive and strategic plan for your writing year. You'll also get access to a resources library, and a video replay of a planning workshop I lead last year.
If you're in a planning mood, I hope you'll check out the course and/or share it with other writers who might find the support helpful. If you're not in that zone, I feel you!
There's a great meme going around about crawling quietly into 2023, not breaking anything, not making any bold declarations about this being your year. While I'm all about positive thinking and manifesting your best life with bold declarations, I'm also all about easing into this new year reallllll slow. No sudden movements anyone.
Embrace wherever you are. We've almost made it through another year. And you know what? That's more than good enough.