Index & Bio

Self-publishing to play

Photo by Simon Abrams on Unsplash

How living simply and close to nature reset us for minimalist parenting in the big city

Photo by Florencia Potter on Unsplash

A locked-down child’s perspective

Photo by Rod Long on Unsplash

Overcoming the trauma of growing up a neglected child

Photo by Paige Cody on Unsplash

A listicle

Photo by Glenn Carstens-Peters on Unsplash
  1. It would be presumptuous of me to think that what works for me universally works for others.
  2. I’m not a clinician, therapist, or consultant with extensive client experience. I’m not a life coach, preacher, or guru. I’m a storyteller. I presume readers can pick whatever lesson from a story that’s particularly relevant to them— if there were any, at all.
  3. I am, however, a teacher by profession. The best ones among us are too aware of the limits of what they teach, they hardly make guarantees of anything. They teach by example, not by prescription.
  4. In writing as in life…

You are what you repeatedly write about

Photo by Chris Briggs on Unsplash

There are two kinds of fear. One you can overcome, and another you can’t — and shouldn’t.

Photo by Drew Darby on Unsplash

Views and tips from traditional to online publishing

Photo by Mikey Harris on Unsplash

Or classical salt and pepper, as usual?

Photo by Emerson Vieira on Unsplash

And other delightful writerly quirks

Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash

You ache to write whenever you read.

And then, you ache to read whenever you write.

Ivery del Campo

Mother of two, wife to a chef. I teach literature and write about the beach:

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store