Not like in the “setting intentions” sense that I talked about last week. I’m talking word count words on a new WIP! And they are piling up quick.
My stress levels seem to go down with each word I get out on the page. Maybe that’s why I’ve racked up over 4000 words in three days of writing 😀
I’ll have more to say on this project in coming weeks I’m sure, but if you want first peeks and the inside scoop, you’ll need to sign up for my newsletter 😀 This one is turning out so fun!
Here’s a hint…
I love the tradition of picking a word for each year. A word to focus on, plan around, and maintain during mindfulness practice. 2018 is going to be big. I can already feel it, because this year, my psyche isn’t happy with just one word. It wants three.
The first word that came to me for this year is “home”.
I’ve lived in my house for a very long time, but haven’t truly put down roots there. Continue reading “Three Words”
2018 is blessed with an abundance of full moons, giving me even more opportunities to set intentions.
Continue reading “Another Chance to Set Intentions”
They say spirits and demons can become trapped at crossroads. At least in the stories and legends. It turns out, so can writers.
I have so many directions I could go at the moment that I haven’t been able to set foot down any path. There’s a feeling of importance hanging over me right now. Something is about to happen with my writing. Something is about to change. It’s making it harder for me to take that first step, to finally open up a project—any project—and get writing again.
What if I move in the wrong direction? What if I miss some wonderful opportunity?
I don’t know what the future holds, but I am painfully aware of my present. The pain that comes from a writer who isn’t giving themselves time to write. Continue reading “Sitting at the Crossroads”