Join us each week as we provide you with a quote (by a woman); and you let that quote inspire your written word! Allow it to lead your writing in whatever way works for you. And we mean that! Literally, wherever it leads you to write is wonderful, and perfect, and worthy of sharing! Share, share, share! Let yourself be inspired each week at That’s What She Said! Write on!!
- #1 rule: Have fun and be creative ♡
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- Don’t hold back! We want to read what you are writing.
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Thanks for sharing your creativity with us last week! We enjoyed reading your posts, ladies. 🙂 xo
Oh man! I kind of wrote about this here. And you know I’m trying to limit my repetitiveness… sort of. So, this week I wrote a short story, it was kind of sad, and I decided to save it for another time. Instead, this post has been inspired by the spirit of Mary Poppins’ spunk to get shhhtuff done and The Office. My husband and I have started watching The Office from the beginning on Netflix (we were late Office watchers).
I have had to do some boring jobs in my life, so I learned to make the day pass I had to create the element of fun. It was the thing I did when I was younger, my younger brother and I would try to beat the clock to finish our chores, so we could play. I would setup a timer and we would hum William Tell Overture.
When I had my first job as a “opinion researcher” 😉 I would call people and use different voices. If you sound British people want to talk to you. Thanks for helping me make quota Anglophiles. 🙂
Thankfully, I have worked in places where I made friends or had friends to goof around with. I mean we worked, but we made the best of it. Also, having friends while being a young mother at home with kid(s) was super helpful. You need laughter. Good friends= laughter!
Music has always been a source of happiness for me; when I was a waitress I learned to love Dave Matthews Band while working with the owner’s son’s friend that was home from college.
I worked at a desk once where I wrote a story for my co-workers.
I realize, I have come full circle. The fun little games I would create for my younger brother and I to get motivated to finish our chores, I’m now doing with my kids. 🙂 What do you do to make work fun?
Announcement: There will not be a link-up next week, we won’t be back until August 3rd. When we get back we cannot wait to see the quotes everyone will share!
Keep writing!! XO
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