A Time Of Transition

I’m in the process of transitioning my identity. I know, I know, that sounds really extreme. But I can’t think how else to describe it. 

Five years ago I was a 125 lb. fashionista who had never been pregnant, prolifically wrote artsy songs, performed concerts around town, and recorded albums in a professional music studio.

Today, I have three children, I am no longer 125 lbs (HAHAHA! … Haha! … ha … *sigh*), and I’m no longer just a recording artist.

I have changed. I have grown ( … and I don’t just mean in the waist … I mean … like … emotionally … and intellectually … and artistically).

I’m a writer! In addition to a fantasy novel in progress, I publish my own online magazine called The Pink Armadillo, and I blog for several websites including The Grit & Grace Project.

What does this make me?

I’m still a musician. Still a singer-songwriter. But now I’m a mother, an author … and did I mention website developer, graphic designer, public relations agent, social media specialist, and journalist?

Yeah. I work from home as the PR Director and Website Designer for GeniSoft Water Systems and 1st Choice Roofing & Construction.

So, over the next year you’ll start to see all these new skills I’ve developed and projects I’ve launched represented on my website and through my social media accounts.

True to my roots as a performing artist, I have a driving desire to share my creative writing, journalism, and PR advice with the world.

Just like my music, my writing is my art.

Art needs to be showcased.

Now … all I have to do is figure out how to go about showcasing all my mediums alongside each other without letting one outshine the others or making things too confusing …

Wish me luck! 🙂



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