We’ve all seen the pictures. The lone climber suspended in the air against an epic mountain backdrop, nothing but a thin rope and piece of metal saving them from the perilous fall below…
I am not a passive person – and yet, I am forced to be passive. Forced to do nothing but look away, ignore, keep my head down and survive.
What if I told you that chore time didn’t have to translate as “slave labor” in the eyes of your child? What if I told you there are five easy strategies you can implement right now that could not only make completing chores bearable, but fun?
Sounds impossible? Think again.
It’s a common predicament for writers. While our tales of knights slaying the dragon enthrall our readers, us authors, unbeknownst to the general public, have our own monster to face.
As far as strong female characters are concerned, Black Widow certainly ranks high up on the list – skillfully played, in the MCU, by actress Scarlet Johansson. And while Marvel has done an excellent job in casting and portraying the deadly assassin on the big screen, fans would agree there’s a few things producers at Marvel could have done differently.
It’s now officially 2017, and it seems the general consensis regarding the death of 2016 is a substantial sigh of relief. But though I too am one of those people, 2016 has taught me much.