If you sometimes feel discouraged about writing because you're too often on the go, Salish Sea writer, Wendy Noritake, says, there is still much you can do. Wendy, whose career in marketing takes her all over the world, has learned to adapt her writing to her travels. She offers this advice: "You can write anywhere, any place, any time. Take your laptop (and notepad) and simply jot down ideas, sensations, experiences, whatever the senses tell you as you go about living and enjoying life. Then when you are in a calmer, quieter place, you've got a wealth of fodder for your stories."