It’s been an inexcusably long time since I update this blog, I know.
I try to update at least once a week, but this obviously hasn’t been happening recently. I have a good reason for this, however……
Okay, not a good reason, but it is a reason nonetheless.
You see, I’ve actually been writing recently. Like properly writing. Every day. Ever. Single. Day.
You know, that thing I’m supposed to do but blog about instead. And, to be frank, I’ve been more concerned with this project than I have updating. I’m starting a new chapter in my life and I think this is the start of more serious writing.
I can’t tell you how awesome this has been. I feel like I’ve been training for a triathlon for months and made first place.
This could potentially mean I update every other week rather than every single week. However, I don’t plan on abandoning this blog any time soon. I’ve put too much work into it so far.
I will see you guys later!
*plays theme music*
My time has come.
I wrote a post around 6 months ago about how I was going to write every single day, no matter how much the product sucked.
And for a while, I stuck to that goal. However, in recent months I’ve had difficulty maintaining.
Some reasons are legitimate like I have had homework to do and personal matters arose. However, a lot of this stems from my self-doubt and internet addiction (see “I Can’t Write At Home. The Internet Wants My Soul”).
Half of the time it’s like I’m pushing against an invisible barrier that I can’t seem to budge. I prepare myself to write, but as soon as I open the page or word document, I freeze up. Everything goes blank.
Maybe it’s because the story I’m working on is going to take more time and effort than I originally thought, or because I am wanting to change the direction of it and am afraid that I’ll take away all that was good about it before.
Since I’m due to graduate soon, I will be expected to get something called a…jobe? Joab? Something like that. Anyway, I won’t have nearly as much free time at my disposal. This means I need to kick it into high gear if I want to birth a book into the world before I’m in my 30s.
I need to go back to writing for at least an hour every single day. That’s every single day.
Not days that I feel like it, not days that it’s convenient, every day.
Even when it feels like I’m sucking.