Something I’m struggling with right now is how to manage my energy. After tasks I have to do, I want to have something left over for the things I want to do.
Now that I have a job with regular hours, on top of a part time gig, it’s easier to let my time and energy get used up.
I am journaling, handwritten, quite a bit. But even then, I wait until the end of the day to journal, and I get so tired I fall asleep before I get get anything down.
So, for a while, I am going to try this:
Mental Health Monday
Blog posts about my mental health, coping mechanisms, and other tidbits.
Updates on my pursuit of my writing career. For the short term, I need to get back into the swing of writing every day. Poems, Fan-fiction, Article drafts, blog posts, and maybe a sentence or two on the nonfiction book I’m trying to finish.
- Book/TV/Movie Recommendations – “Fangirl Friday”?
- Fellow Artist Spotlight – “Spotlight Sunday”?
- Throwback Thursday – Memories and the like
Focus and the Lack Thereof
I decided to focus on my writing career about four months ago. I thought I’d be further along by now. But my life has progressed in other ways
- Better living situation
- Better income situation
- Better mental health . . . mostly
But it’s hard to focus. It’s hard to only do one thing. I want to do everything! Even within writing, I want to do it all, poems, songs, articles, plays, novels. . . . .
Speaking of lack of focus:
My Old Life
Go vote for me, because first place is looking so good from here.
If you need instructions, see my previous blog post.
If you need more than instructions, just send me a message. I’ll help.
What “day” do you think I should include on this version of my blog?