Taking a Mental Wellness Day

I have been looking around valiantly to write something on here.

 

Unfortunately the only things I seem to come up with these days are judge-y things on other people’s lives. I am really appalled by that. I strive to be as judgement free as I can. What works for me and mine is not what works for other people. Ugh, I am a despicable human. I am by no means perfect.

 

Instead let me just say that last week I had a super productive day transferring over 5000 words from my original work to Version 2.0. I also spent some time googling some information on what it will take to publish (when I’m ready. Which I am no where near ready to even send out feelers). I have been watching documentaries on the era in which my books will take place and even doing relevant research on key elements of the plot.

 

I need to find some more motivation to get that going again this week. Today is that day. Never mind that I have piles of laundry around me that need to be folded and a kitchen in dire need of cleaning and floors badly needing a vacuum and mop. Today I need to lose myself in words rather than chores. It is for my mental wellness. That is what I’ll tell myself anyways.

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4 Comments

  1. Screw chores! There is absolutely nothing worse than getting that writer’s itch and not scratching it. This is why I ensure to write daily, though even that isn’t enough a lot of the time. Never beat back your creative spark. I’m sure you’ll soon have a novel good to go. Then you can begin the fun process of editing…

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