Day 28. A moment of honesty

I have to be very honest about something for a moment:

I am really, really looking forward to this month being over.

Not because I want my spending habits back, or my internet addiction – I’m just really tired of blogging every day, and I cannot wait to remove this activity from my life. It’s been nothing but painful for the last week or two.

I have a fairly busy life (I live in London, of course I do!), so the only time I get around to writing is in the early morning. So each morning I wake up at 5.15am or so, and my first thought is “Oh god. I don’t wanna blog.”

I can’t even remember what I’ve written about most of this month. I just plonk them down early in the morning, schedule them for publication and stop thinking until the next morning at 5.15. I do love writing, but writing daily for publication when it’s not really a priority in my life… nah. I’m not doing that again.

So here it is. Writing for publication is not a priority for me, and I’d much rather do any of these other things:

  • journal
  • write for myself, i.e. poetry or fiction
  • read

I’ll do my very best to make the following couple of days more interesting than just typing “uuuurrrgggghhhh”, though. We can do this.

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2 thoughts on “Day 28. A moment of honesty

  1. Mathias says:

    Dein teuer Leser drückt die Daumen. Du hast schon ganz recht…Zeit für Veränderung, hör’ auf die Stimme!

    Aber das bisschen Arbeit soll Dein Projekt nicht so kurz vor knapp stoppen.

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