Here’s another busy Sunday
Happy Sunday everyone! I have been very busy getting stuff done for my digital life. I have learned how to produce my podcast audio and video and believe me, it was not easy. My sweet husband has been doing it for me all this time, but he is soon going to be unable to do that, so I had to learn. I never realized how much went into the editing phase of production. When I tell you I will be glad when he is well enough to take back that responsibility, I really truly mean it. There are so many
How to make up stories like a child
Recently, I listened to a few TEDtalks and in the process got a lot of ideas for blog posts. It’s really funny how inspired I get from other people’s stories. Anyway, this woman was talking about how she worked with kids to get them to write stories and she had me remembering when I was a kid and how making up stories was just the most natural thing. I wish I could remember the things I invented back then. I would likely be a billionaire. Wonder if I dreamed up the same stuff that Steve Jobs did? Too bad, now,
I have an idea for a story, now what?
Recently, I listened to a TEDtalk about ideas. Nothing new, right? Except that this idea talk gave me well…an idea. I realized from listening to the speaker that there are stages to story development. Stories really do NOT come to us full-blown. More like the slow building of a balloon filling up. Since it is on my mind, and I think some of you may appreciate the info that I gleaned, I have decided to do my blog post about ideas and story development. Six stages of story development First off, when an idea that could be a story comes