Start the new year off right with a Personality Test

Revisiting a blog post from last year that was really informative… Fiction writing is a passion of mine and earlier this year I was exploring both Personality Types and Enneagrams on the advice of a writer named Abbie Emmons. On her YouTube channel she has an extremely informative series of videos on fiction writing. TheContinue reading “Start the new year off right with a Personality Test”

Now that I know my big number…

Weight issues are a common worry this time of year. A few years ago I dropped down under 200 for the first time since college. It was definitely a lot of work and took a lot of planning, but it happened. Since then I’ve been consumed with other things and have gained more weight thanContinue reading “Now that I know my big number…”

Finding the one word that can make you more successful in the New Year

How would you feel about being able to replace a list of New Years Resolutions with one word to set yourself up for success for the new year? New Years is such a fun time of year, but so many people get depressed knowing just how many things they didn’t achieve in the last year.Continue reading “Finding the one word that can make you more successful in the New Year”

Skechpads by Patty

I’ve started my own Etsy shop SKECHPADSByPatty on Etsy! If you’re looking to start a five year journal in 2021 get this digital version. No years specified, so you can start journaling anytime 1 page per day, with 5-line entries for 5 years It’s good as a pdf or with goodnotes or any other pdfContinue reading “Skechpads by Patty”

Exploring Your Heritage — Sharing the end of the year holidays with with kids

Depending on where your ancestors come from your family celebrates different end of the year celebrations. Religions usually have a big influence on which one is celebrated in your home, and there are more mainstream popular traditions that have become normal for even the non-religious to celebrate. While every family has their own traditions, learningContinue reading “Exploring Your Heritage — Sharing the end of the year holidays with with kids”