48 Hour Film Project

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OCiwnWIVwSc&fbclid=IwAR3bjFY-GLso-KtvnqsBGXfE2TAsrJfwilWIEBvXuLTWAEOb1myGFBaUFFQ My amazing improv team, Big Shoes, formed a 48 hour film festival team this year. Two of our members, Mark and Randy, had done the fest in northern CA and Tijuana, respectively. Austin's brother Mason flew in from Austin (ha ha) with his camera equipment and extensive knowledge (he also composed music!). And the … Continue reading 48 Hour Film Project

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PitchWars 2018 Wish List: Middle Grade

Hi, I'm Margaret Dilloway! I write both contemporary realistic and fantasy middle grade; I'm also the author of three women's fiction. I'm an Aquarius, born in the year of the Tiger, on a Wednesday. For fun, I like to do long-form improv, hike, play with my dog, and bake. What Am I Open To? Contemporary … Continue reading PitchWars 2018 Wish List: Middle Grade

Teaching Kids How to Meditate in 4 Easy Steps

  I’ve seen this article shared a bunch of times on Facebook about how using meditation has improved behavior at a school.  I’ve actually used a similar technique in the classroom and I can attest to how well it works. I learned about this meditation technique from a hypnotherapist that was recommended by my pediatrician to help … Continue reading Teaching Kids How to Meditate in 4 Easy Steps

Teaching

Happy December! Where have you been, you ask? Besides recuperating from my 4th procedure since July, I've been (drumroll) teaching! Yes, teaching creative writing to the sunniest, easiest age group of kids that ever was...middle school. A glutton for punishment, you say? Perhaps. I was hired a couple days before the school year began, and … Continue reading Teaching

Putting in the De-Freak-o-Later

This summer has been an interesting one, to say the least. Instead of my kids writing about what they did on their summer vacation, they'll be writing about how they took over all of mom's duties because she had to have a pacemaker/ICD installed. A defibrillator, AKA "the de-freak-o-later," as my youngest dubbed it. I … Continue reading Putting in the De-Freak-o-Later