Archive for December, 2012

Blog posts with added value

Posted: December 28, 2012 in News!

Hi. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas time. I have had a marvellous time with my family and lots of great food and wine. I have promised to write a blog for my fans, but I find myself strangely hesitant. Since my posts are published on FB and twittered, I don´t want to add to the mass of posts that just steal your time or make you wish you had a rubber (“eraser” for my American fans) for your brain.
So what I am going to do, is to add a thought concept, a link, an information or a picture with each of my posts that is a real value add. And I live in the hope that you agree with me 🙂

This Christmas was an especially happy one for me, because I am finally doing full-time what I was meant to do – writing! I took some “time out” after my 24-Christmas-stories-writing-marathon, but I´m already glued to my keyboard again. I just can´t wait to finish “The Fenris Clan”, it´s such a gripping story.

Yet there are often also unhappy moments when you spend time with your family and get thrown back into old patterns. In these moments I have discovered a simple truth that can pull you out of a bad mood in no time and make you happy! It is simply to be grateful for something – anything – you are really grateful for. Try it. Whenever you have a negative thought, something that pulls you down, try to think of something you are truly grateful for instead – maybe something related.
It is simply impossible to be both grateful and sad/angry/envious/depressed…..
Very simple and also very effective. The more you focus on the good things in your life, the better your life becomes.

All yours
Julia

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…if I didn’t have a blog.” a friend recently said to me. I couldn’t just let that go. She has a point and I don’t want to limit myself to Facebook. After all there are still people out there who don’t have a FB page.

So here it is. I don’t yet know how exactly I’m going to use it, since I do want to concentrate on the website, but in the creative process, one never knows what happens next. That’s what makes it so exciting!

All yours
Julia