Write Every Day

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Image courtesy of Paul / FreeDigitalPhotos.net

In a recent conversation with Cindy, my life coach, I talked about how badly I wanted to be in the outdoors in whatever profession I take on next.  I felt like I desperately needed the sunshine and fresh air.  She asked if I’ve been getting any of that in the evenings, and I acknowledged I hadn’t.  She suggested that might be part of the problem.  I realized it’s the same with my writing.  I am upset because I’m too busy to write, but I know I have time for it.  If I have time for Facebook, if I have time for doing my hair — or general lolly-gagging — I have some precious moments for writing.  Do I believe I’m a writer?  As my metaphysics teacher Golbahar reminded me — you gotta fake it ’til you make it.

Tying this together, I need to make time to write, having purpose with my time — and even if I don’t believe I’m a writer —  fake it until I finally do.  It’s the Law of Believing and Knowing, and I’m still in infancy with this one.  I think I believe I’m a writer.  I intend to know it.

And thus my plan to write every day.  Even if it’s a sentence.  I have a book with 2 daily writing prompts, and I intend to at least peek at that every day.  And I’d really like to blog every day, or at least every other day.  Brian suggested that I have a theme for certain days.  So far, I’m thinking:

Metaphysics Monday

Dreamy Wednesday

Free Space Friday

And the weekends could be related to health/general life stuff.

More writing to follow! 🙂

 

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