I’m behind on a lot of things, especially with this blog. I blame school. OK, fine postseason baseball too.
I’m not sure I’ll ever catch up. That’s okay. There will always be more work to do and not enough hours in the day.
I try to write and blog every day. I don’t have a problem doing so. But because I handwrite, I have to transcribe what I’ve written onto WordPress at some point.
I’ve been struggling to keep to say the least. I have poems and stories I wrote in 2016 still not typed up. And blog posts dating back to last month.
Luckily over the summer, I kept up with blogging quite well.
Then school started.
By the time a post is ready for publication, it’s dated. Not even relevant sometimes.
As university gets busier, I fall more behind. I can only dream of catching up.
Since I’m someone who likes being on top of things and feeling like I have my life together, this situation doesn’t bode well with my psyche.
Even if I had an entire month where I didn’t have anything else to do, I’m not sure I’d be able to type up all my written poems, posts.
Aside from falling behind, I’m also a bit overwhelmed. Books and baseball don’t mix. Who would have thought?
Word by word. Day by day. I write those lines in my journal as a reminder to myself. I can’t get to the end without first beginning and focusing on what’s next. Tomorrow happens tomorrow after all.
I don’t have to write or blog, much less do so every day. But I want to. And so I do my best to make it happen.
If I was just a student I’d have a lot more time. I will never be one thing and one thing only. I’m a writer, a blogger, a reader. I’m a daughter. I’m a sister. I’m a friend. I’m all these things and so much more.
Finding that balance is perhaps the toughest, trickiest part.
I only have so many hours in the day and so much energy to expend on any given project.
As much as I want to do almost everything, I can’t. But I’d much rather do a few things well than do a lot of stuff badly.