I get news alerts on my phone. A quick text message alerts me to breaking news, and throughout the day, I can click to read more or simply swipe to ignore it and go on with my life. The problem is, though, that since I use my phone as an alarm clock, I often wake […]
This week, I got an email from one of our industry’s professional organizations. The subject line was something like “Why worry may be good for you.” I clicked on the story and read that some studies have shown that worry may, in fact, help promote certain traits like improved focus or whatever. The author seemed […]
I love my keyboard. We’ve been through a lot together — dissertation research, countless blog posts, hours and hours and hours of statistics homework. The other day, though, I noticed my blog was acting strangely. I was trying to write, and the screen simply would not respond. I hit the keys a little harder and […]
I like to have things my way. I like to think that I’m fairly intelligent (most of the time at least) and a fair planner. I have some good ideas from time to time, and, let’s be honest here, I sometimes think it’d be a good plan if everyone would just get on board with […]
I took the Facebook app off my phone recently. I did it because I found myself checking it too often, allowing it to interfere with my in-person time with family and friends. I haven’t given up — and don’t plan to give up Facebook entirely because it’s the only connection I have with some awesome […]
Hello there! I'm Dawn. I am a Christ-follower who loves writing. I'm seeking an agent for my first novel (a young adult mystery) while working as a full-time PR professional, freelance writer and cofounder of The Pink Typewriter Project, an initiative to make a difference in the world by promoting positive thinking, gratitude, and service to others. (Check us out at ThePinkTypewriterProject.com.) I blog regularly about my faith journey and life in general.
"May the words of my mouth and the meditations of my heart be pleasing to You O, Lord, my rock and my Redeemer." -- Psalm 19:14