I just haven’t felt like writing this week. I’m tired, plain and simple. I’m trying to get into a better sleeping habit as well, because I think that’s contributing to my tiredness.
I sit down and think about writing for this blog, and this is what goes through my head: “I don’t wanna!”
This morning I got up an hour before my normal ‘day off’ time and forced myself out of bed. I plonked myself in front of my computer and started writing.
So in a way, I’m probably lying when I say I just haven’t felt like writing this week. I have felt like writing. It just hasn’t been for this blog. It has been for other projects, it has been for things that could morph into books or research thesis…I guess it’s been a bit of a brain download week for me. Just blurt it out. Get it out. Make sure the ideas are there and captured and you can keep writing about them at a later date. Or now.
And here’s something else that I learned. Don’t write at night when you’re very tired. Because you’ll end up accidentally deleting a chunk of work when you’re trying to check the word count. Ah! I didn’t manage to restore it, so I had to retype it. Boo.
So I guess my I don’t WANNA this week has just been that my mind is elsewhere. On loftier things, perhaps? I’ve semi told people about Vivid Ambition, which is a creatives for business site (and eCourse) that’s in the early development stages right now. OMG the amount of work I have to do with Vivid Ambition is crazy. I kind of wish I could get a VA to do stuff for me! One day, maybe! But what I haven’t told you about is my other
baby project, Chalet Life Coaching. In a way, I guess it’s fair to say I’ve been busy, with developing Vivid Ambition’s course and creating content for two new websites.
Do you ever just NOT want to do something you like, such as writing? How do you overcome it?