Friday, April 29, 2016

Turning Point/No Regrets/Bill Meyers/Burnout/Decisions

1.  Ocieanna Fleiss guest posts at Seriously Write about a major turning point in her life. Don't miss this inspiring story.

2.  I keep finding encouraging posts. Someone out there besides me must need them. :) Kristi Ann Hunter wrote about Living Without Regrets on Elaine Stock's blog, Everyone's Story.

3. Here we go again! Bill Meyers, whose books have sold over 8 million copies, shares an experience he had while producing a movie.

4.  Are you headed for burn-out? Whether or not you're a writer, you'll benefit from this piece. Children's Author, Kristi Holl says, "Beware! Burnout Ahead."

5.  Do you have a major decision to make? MaryAnn Diorio gives 5 Questions To Ask Yourself When Making Tough Decisions.

Writers:  How do you avoid burnout?

Readers:  I loved how God gave Bill Meyers wisdom in a difficult situation. Have you ever experienced something similar?

Photo Credit:  Marcel Hol


Marja Verschoor-Meijers said...

Burn-out is probably hard to avoid, from what I understand most people recognize it once they are right in the middle of a burn-out. I enjoyed that piece by Kristi Holl, basic but true. Personally I must learn not to start new projects when the previous one isn't finished yet :)

Susan J. Reinhardt said...

Hi Marja -

Yes, it's easy to get caught up in the initial excitement of a new project, but we can get overwhelmed if we take on too much.

Thanks for stopping by and commenting.

God bless,
Susan :)