Writing about writing makes for a short post

I want to write more than a biweekly blog post. I’ve thought or said something similar since I graduated college.

Putting my desire down in writing may be helpful. Or it may not. If I can procrastinate for 20 years, anything is possible.

Yes I have valid demands on my time. Refer to children mentioned in previous posts.

Somehow I find enough time to do post-grad level research on how to treat whatever the heck allergic reaction is happening around my eyes.

There’s time to search and give up on what jeans I want to be wearing. There’s always time for a news doom scroll. And if in doubt, I just refresh social media, the weather, my photos, my calendar, my email, my period app.

Sounds like a phone issue. I’ve tried disconnecting from my phone. I’ve hidden it away in a kitchen cabinet. Which was more helpful than I thought it would be, considering I knew where it was.

It’s also an internet issue, because I LOVE to write on my computer, but it’s very easy to switch from google docs to TripAdvisor.

So no phone and no internet, then no excuses? Nope. Cause then I resort to the very last thing in the world I want to do: cleaning.

It starts to sound like I don’t want to write if I’d rather scour toilets. Writing is harder than scrubbing, scrolling or basic minding of RB so she stays alive.

I’ll be handing that over soon. Partially. My baby is starting school this fall! Three days a week. My excuses keep dwindling.

Three days a week will go quick. I could write or I could go grocery shopping BY MYSELF. I already have a feeling which one it’ll be.

I’m going to sign up for some generative writing classes. It may be helpful to be held accountable. By them and maybe you.

I could write more about this or I could go to the beach…

How writing was going 13 years ago.
Training in things to do when not writing

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