There was something I’d wanted to write for months.
It buzzed in back of my brain like a mosquito that wouldn’t go away.
I didn’t have time, though. It was summer. My kids were home full-time, so any possibility of writing during the day wouldn’t happen.
Plus, I wanted to get away to create and needed mental space to do so. I kept picturing myself typing away in a beautiful log cabin somewhere, overlooking the mountains.
Nix that idea. Too expensive and the family somehow couldn’t manage without me. (I never asked, but assumed that would be their response).
Those were all excuses. When I got honest with myself, the only thing stopping me was… [Read more…] about 3 Reasons Why Creative Risks Strengthen Your Writing