It's no secret that I have trouble committing to anything I'm not getting paid to do. I also procrastinate. For instance, I was supposed to write this post on Sunday evening. I can't imagine that I was doing anything that would have warranted my not writing the post then. I had the task written on… Continue reading Writers Write: Five Hundred is the Goal
I’m a one-off sort of person. Every now and then I may say or do something inspired, maybe even profound. I have commanded attention with my brilliance, but before I can really revel in the moment, before i can pat myself on the back, I am equally known to follow up my greatness with blatant… Continue reading The Art of Finishing: Maintaining Voice
I am not a full-time writer. Truth be told, most days I’m not even a part-time writer. Most days I’m a writer trapped in a full-time employee’s body. Most days by the time I get home from work I can’t imagine turning on my computer. I can’t imagine doing anything other than stare at Youtube.… Continue reading Untitled document
Over the next week, I hope to see a difference in my focus and work ethic.
There are only twenty-four hours in a day. I try to devote anywhere from seven to eight of those hours to sleep. I mentioned sleep first because you must understand that, like the fox in the above photo, sleep is my favorite thing to do. I am required to spend nine hours at my full-time seed… Continue reading Failing at Trying to Do it All
This post will be published around the time my teenager and I are stumbling out of the house for the first day of school. There will be faint whiffs of excitement, a lot whining, and some yelling. The yelling will be from me. I am always late. No matter where I go. I am late… Continue reading Failing at Morning Routines