Category Archives: Toni Kelly

Writing Senses

Waves crashed against the sand. The sun warm my skin. I turned my head, face against the wind. Salty and wet, it whipped strands of my hair around my cheeks and nose. Sounds like the beach, huh? That’s the point. … Continue reading

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Nurture Those Imaginations

Kids imaginations astound me. I was recently listing to a Freakanomics podcast (I am an absolute podcast junkie!) episode called Think Like a Child that talked about kids and their ability to see through magic versus adults who tend to … Continue reading

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The Simplicity of Why I Write

Why do you write? If you’ve answered with the intent to make money, you may have found by now that while the intention is an understandable one, writing is not for the faint of heart. If you’ve found otherwise, I … Continue reading

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Can We Have it All?

This title embodies a question that many of us writers ask ourselves. Really we are asking ourselves if we can write full time because that is what makes us happy, or it could mean we are doing a day job, … Continue reading

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Do You Know Your Audience?

This past weekend I was reading sales books for research and I came across one called The Language of Influence. I didn’t get very far in it before I had to leave the bookstore but I’m still considering purchasing it. … Continue reading

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What Do You See?

This past week I went to a leadership symposium meant to motivate and perhaps inspire action and to some degree, I do believe it has done that, at least in my case. But what I really wanted to bring up … Continue reading

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What Does Your Gut Say?

One of the best pieces of advice I got was from a peer I used to work with who told me that my “gut” wasn’t merely a feeling of intuition or a hint of my senses, but it was built … Continue reading

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