I am a bad writer.
I am disorganized. Melancholic. Distracted. Exhausted.
I have been told that writers should write something daily. Truthfully, I have been trying. Unfortunately, I find myself that I am piecing together essays at supremely inopportune moments. As I’m steaming milk for someone’s extra-shot-half-skim-no-foam latte sentences suddenly start constructing themselves beautifully in my mind and I have no way to record them. I promise myself I will remember. I promise myself that this afternoon will be different and that I’ll finally sit down and somehow write the pages and pages that feel as though they are trapped in my very fingertips. But I get home feeling utterly beaten after a long day of burning my arms on plates of eggs and somehow the words never get let out.
I’m trying something new. I think that part of what is keeping me from writing is that I have a lot of ideas for specific pieces I want to write. For now though, I do not have it in me to complete them and as such, they are blocking up the way of my writing anything at all. I feel guilty for not finishing these specific posts, but if I refuse to move past them then I am only condemning myself to my own continued discomfort and unproductivity.
Anyway, things are happening to me. I want to write a book some day. I better start recording this nonsense.
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3 thoughts on “June 17, 2013”
I can’t write everyday. I get burnt out. A burnt out writer is not a productive one. lol
I can relate to getting bombarded with ideas and on different topics. The beauty is the waves are in a constant cycle of ebb and flow. When we’re ready we can dive in and surf. ¡Cuídese mucho!