Last week I made no plans to write, I just knew I was going to do it.
You know what I did, don’t you?
I watched three NHL games, a documentary on Oak Island (seriously cool), and one on Native American giants. Of course I didn’t watch all of these in one sitting, but the fact is I didn’t make plans to write, so that is exactly what I did. I squandered my free time. It was out there in some nebulous, free flowing time slot which was never filled and I felt miserable for it.
If you’ve wanted to complete a project around your house and just have not gotten around to it, I am sure you can relate. If we don’t make plans, whatever it is we long to do or need to do won’t happen.
Today? I made a mental note. I was going to write before I went to bed. No matter how tired or mentally drained I was, it was going to happen and here we are.
This blog is nothing monumental, but it is. Commitment is one thing. Planning and following through on our commitments another.
If you are a writer and have not written this week, take a moment and schedule some time.
There. Now keep that appointment.
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Reblogged this on Josh Mosey | Writer and commented:
I didn’t make time to write a blog today. Fortunately, my good friend Bob Evenhouse wrote one that is as apt for me to share as it is for me to read. Also, if you aren’t familiar with Bob’s blog, you should read a few of his posts. They are all great.
Thank you my good sir!