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This past week has been a bit unsettled.
My thinking on goals right now has more to do with setting up the next year.
As I said in a previous post, I’m not usually one for talking about my personal life too much, on here or even in general. But since today is #WorldMentalHealthDay, I thought it might be worth my time to reflect a little.
I was originally going to post a piece about my current NaNoWriMo plans, but I’ve had a very discombobulating day so I’m spiking that for now. Instead, I’m going to go on a bit of a ramble/rant.
A timeline of the random thoughts occurring to me during my trip from Albuquerque to Glasgow.
One thing I’ve discovered (or been reminded of, or something) lately is that I can be capable of some fairly ingenious methods of procrastination when I’m supposed to be writing.
As some of you may already know, I have some issues with self-doubt. It tends to lurk in my head, always there, every day. Some days are easier, others are tough. The tough days are the one where it becomes more and more difficult to ignore that internal voice.
This post was written specifically for the #AuthorToolboxBlogHop
You know what it’s like. You’re sitting there, pen in hand and a blank page in front of you. You have a bunch of ideas in your head but, for whatever reason, you’re just not putting any words together. So you end up staring at your page and going nowhere.
Well, who would have thought it?
When I decided to give blogging another try 18 months ago, I don’t know that I expected to make it this far.