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#TenThingsYouMayNotKnow – About Jeanne Owens

Thanks for this fun opportunity to share a little about myself, Marcia!

The Write Stuff

Please welcome today’s guest, Jeanne Owens, the first brave soul to share ten things about herself that you might not already know. Jeanne, I commend you for emailing me right away, and I’m happy to share your list with everyone. 

Ten Things You May Not Know About Me
by Jeanne Owens

1. I was born and raised in Virginia, and still live there.

2. My first time flying was when I went to Ireland in 2004 as part of a study abroad trip with a group from a local community college. I’d love to go back again someday.

3. I am interested in the paranormal, and have had a couple of odd experiences but I’m not sure if they were really paranormal or not.

4. I’m an amature photographer and love taking photos of nature and the moon.

5. I’m a bit of a geek, enjoying among other things: Star…

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A Little More About the Hierarchy of Needs

Story Empire

Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs Licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share similar to 3.0 Unported license.

Hi, SEers John with you again. My last post opened a discussion of Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs related to our writing job. If you missed the post, HERE it is again.

This time I hope to have a little discussion of each of the pieces of the Pyramid so that an idea may be generated on how movement between the levels can be a more controlled process.

Physiological Needs

We all agree the writing job is a tough one. Can you imagine trying to get in a fully creative posture if you don’t know where your next meal is coming from or experiencing homelessness? It is pretty tough to even think about writing when these conditions are present. Granted, not many of us have these basic dire situations, but there are subtle situations that can serve to keep you…

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