Author: Heather

I am a maker of watch-y and read-y things, and a lover of cheese, baking, the Oxford comma, and mischief. I was born and raised in Oregon, and like to walk alone in the woods while breathing in pine tree scent. I lived in Brooklyn for three years with my husband, and I am glad to be back in the Pacific Northwest! Husband has opened a game store, where I write from most days. We live with our two kitty daughters, Diana and Helena. (Points if you accurately guess their namesakes!) Diana enjoys sleeping and headbutts, and Helena enjoys purring and sitting on my face while I'm sleeping. I'm an author of both non-fiction and fiction, so keep an eye out to see what pops up!

The Power of Accountability

I procrastinate. Even things I like, it can take me forever to do. Sometimes that should read, “Especially things I like…” I don’t know why, I don’t know what magical part of my brain is broken that makes me act this way, but it is. It says something along the lines of, “Don’t do (whatever it is), that will make… Read more →

The Problem With Planning

Starting a new project is never a problem for me. I get excited, I jump in… And then it hits. The “This isn’t going exactly how I planned it would, so I must not be able to do it like I think I can.” attitude. Read more →