Let’s Start Anew

Today was one of those days where the best intentions went down the tubes. It’s a writing day, and there wasn’t any distractions, and yet there was no writing done.  Was positive after my coffee (which I shouldn’t have had-congestion issues), that there’d be much satisfaction in completing this script. I needed to do a super wash of my face, and broke out the cleansers, which made my face feel fresh.

Next, I needed to eat a meal, and waited too late to cook.  This was born a simple omelette with ham, cheese, tomato, onions, and some seasoning (garlic slat, red pepper flakes, basil, and paprika). By time I was done cooking, I felt light headed, and had to wait for the feeling to subside, and my body to know I gave it food. That took some time.

Then after the meal, and my body feeling like it had food, I went to cleaning the mess I made in the kitchen, then making a batch of sweet tea. Mom needed light assistance with some help with her plants, and I didn’t mind helping her.

One the plus note, its not like I did nothing, I was preoccupied with things. I still want to write, and starting with a blog post isn’t a bad thing to do.  Since I feel like a hot mess, and I’m trying to improve myself, let’s start anew. If it feels like I failed at my task, then guess what? I’m dusting myself and trying again.

As always, happy creative endeavors.


2 thoughts on “Let’s Start Anew

  1. Sometimes distractions help. “If genius is not necessary for production, still less is it necessary to have entire liberty. What is more, liberty presents pitfalls that rigorous obligations may help us to avoid. A stream narrowly hemmed-in by its banks will flow more impetuously.” –A.G. Sertillanges, The Intellectual Life

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