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I've been told to think about it like a job. Do it every day, whether you want to or not. Soon it will be a habit.
And yeah, I do it every day, for the most part.
If you're trying to find a reason to not say "the hell with it",
and haven't, or you have to work at finding a reason,
then I'd say you are a writer and have some kind of passion for writing.
Don't force it, just let it flow.
Maybe try Morning Pages (Julia Cameron)
to get you started.
I love writing, I never have a problem,
except maybe finding some quiet time.
Hi there. Writing is easy; writing well isn't. Our craft, like any other, requires learning all aspects of the business and dedication to actively pursue it, without excuses of no time, distractions, "writer's block" or other rationalizations as to why we can't write. Just as we lose weight one pound at a time, so do we create our stories, newsletters, articles, brochures, opinion pieces, and more, one word at a time. Never give up on sharing your ideas with others. -- Lou
Edited by: IUHRYTR at: 11/11/2012 (15:32)
"Always believe in yourself!"
"Decide to be happy!"
Hi, how is everyone? I'm new here, just wanted to introduce myself. I've loved writing since I was about 10 when I first discovered poetry and short stories, however I'm not very consistent with it and my "writing demons" get in my way a lot. I'm trying to find a reason to not say "the hell with it" even though I know I won't...it's definitely a love/hate relationship I have with writing. Anyone else have this problem?
"No One Can Make You Feel Inferior Without Your Consent"