The web doesn’t lack for feel-good advice on doing better work.
But after you’ve slogged through the endless sea of listicles, how many ideas were honestly worth keeping? How many ideas do you actively apply today?
You’re not alone in your frustration with the shallowness of most writing on personal development. I like to think this site offers a meaningful alternative.
Substantive takes on creativity are out there, they’re just a bit harder to find amid the fluff. And if you’re like most busy people, you’re already close to declaring bookmark bankruptcy—with so many saved articles to go through, you instead get overwhelmed and opt to let them sit and collect digital dust.
That’s why Consumers Tip exists.
My name is Sheila and I am an author. It has taken me a while to admit this. I started this blog because I wanted to write, so I wrote about many different things, but over time the blog has become focused on the act of writing and self-publishing.
I rarely, if ever, talk about how to write, but I often talk about everything around it. Luckily, a few people have found my thoughts valuable (I ignore the ones that don’t).
Disclaimer: I limit myself to spending only one hour on each post, plus a bit of extra time for editing, because I prefer to concentrate on writing my fiction. However, this does mean you may find the odd typo or grammatical error. I blame my fingers.