Yesterday was the last day of my one-week commitment to daily writing prompts. While I didn’t much like what I wrote, I loved writing it. Here is what I learned:
Even though it feels hopeless at first, I will come up with something. Being confused and unsure is fine. In fact, it seems to be my only starting place. The trick for me is to just sit. Sink right into the confusion and uncertainty and wait it out. Something will happen.
I learned that I want to do more, but that desire doesn’t make it any easier to fit it in to my day. I have no answers here, but I did read a great post about getting past your excuses on LIVE TO WRITE — WRITE TO LIVE.
Besides one haiku, I didn’t share any of my writing with you. I promise that when I write something I don’t hate am proud of, I will. And I hope that will be soon.