Thoughts for the New Year

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As the new year looms, I’m brainstorming ideas for how I can be better next year… As a parent, a spouse, and a freelancer.

The simple truth for me is this — I’ve been too passive lately, seeking ways to write for others via service-type jobs or random submissions. This approach does not make me happy. Not even close!

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Former COO. Writes about personal growth and development, finances, and the path to meaningful writing.

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Diona L. Reeves

Diona L. Reeves

Former COO. Writes about personal growth and development, finances, and the path to meaningful writing.

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