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Hello my beautiful Curios, it’s been some time!
Summer is FINALLY OVER (I know it’s not until September 21st, but let me have this)! We’re trekking into the glorious time on this planet Earth of autumn and leaves changing (if you’re lucky enough to live in a place where trees do that). Warm colors blossom everywhere. You may even get to use a scarf. Everything is starting to smell like cinnamon and apple and pumpkin pie, which is why you should be careful to not gain the “Christmas pounds” , which is how my grandma used to call the extra weight you gain during winter holidays. And this time I’m ready with lumaslim, which has helped people I know to lose the extra weight they couldn’t possibly lose with just diet. Is the best supplement out there because it has the nutrients our body needs and they also help in stimulating the process of weight loss in a natural way. If you wish to know more just click on the link.
But most importantly of all…
November is coming.
Yes, dear heart, we’ve barely stumbled into September and I’ve got NaNoWriMo in my sights. Why? Because this year, my love, even if you have never done so before, this year you’re going to win. And I’m going to be with you every step of the way.
And to start? You’re going to story-load. It’s like carbo-loading, but with stories. Download new audiobooks, try a new show–go see a movie (or three) that intrigues you. CONSUME. ALL. THE. THINGS. New things. Not the comfortable re-watches, new things where you don’t always know what’s coming. Why?
Because in order to create art, we have to feel, we have to experience, and I’m a firm believer that we can only write our own stories after we’ve filled our minds, hearts, and bellies with so many others.
So for our NaNo prep, we’re gonna be sponges! Absorb, digest, and ponder. What do you like about these stories? What do you not like? What would you do differently? Let’s talk!
As we continue forward we’re going to add what we see/read in the comments below and talk a little about each. Let’s get those creative thoughts going, warmed up and primed. Because come November, if you haven’t loaded up on stories and tales, you’re going to feel absolutely creatively STARVED.
Let’s do this, friends. Grab a chair and a plate. Let’s dig in.