It’s so easy to get distracted from writing and to forget how much it aids me in working through my issues, and to making my life richer.
I feel very thankful for the creativity that I’ve been blessed with. At the same time, I believe that a certain responsibility comes with this gift.
I know that it’s time for me to write about how I’ve struggled through the years, and how I’ve lifted myself up.
I want to help people that are in need of assistance, that can benefit from what I’ve learned.
I easily get dragged down in the difficulties concerning my life, and to neglect what I possess and am thankful for.
It’s also in my nature to minimize my know how in certain arenas, and to dismiss the idea that I am in a position to make a positive difference in this world. I know I am capable-or at least at times I do.
Writing every day, is the first step for me. Without excuses. Even if it’s for 2 minutes, it’s better than nothing at all.
Often my perfectionism and self doubt prevent me from expressing myself creatively. And more than anything, that is what I need to do, and what I get the greatest reward from.
So, I’m committing myself here, to writing on my blog every day. Even if it’s pure nonsense, just to get my writing muscles in tune. W