I feel behind in everything. But I’m trying to catch up. At the very least, I want to get back on track.
I challenged myself to write a lot last month during NaNoWriMo. But during that time, I let blogging fall to the wayside.
I’m reminded that more often than not, starting is the toughest part. But once I start, I tend to get into the work flow. Then before I know it, half an hour has gone by and I’ve made more progress than I expected to.
I don’t know how I survived National Novel Writing Month. Better yet, I’m feeling better with each passing day.
I’m making progress slowly but surely, which is something to be proud of.
I have a ton of work I want to submit out into the world. I’ve been working on a bunch of different projects, which I hope to share with everyone soon.
I don’t like feeling rushed, so I’m working hard to prevent that by not procrastinating as much.
I’m not sure how to describe my work in progress. A friend of mine asked the other day. I could only muster up that it’s based on real life. The story might be one of the most personal projects I’ve ever attempted to undertake.
Despite some of the setbacks I’ve faced, I think I’m on page to accomplish what I want this month.
If I get back on track, you’ll know about it. If I don’t and my life is still a mess, you’ll know as well.