There once was a girl who had SO much to write.
She was gonna pace herself and just do two articles a week.
And then she got lazy one day and decided she couldn't make time to do what she loved...write. And the next day, and the day after that, and the week after that, she was still too "busy".
Busy: Verb. That state in which someone decides they would much rather use their free time to read books, browse the Internet, read other blogs, and do other, slightly less taxing pastimes than writing. Yeah. Busy)
Meet yours truly, the Royal Queen of procrastination.
|The every day, tired girly who smells like pizza...you're welcome?|
Apologies for the absence, and anyone who might have seen the funky chalkboard header I was experimenting with. *Shudders*. Not sure what I was thinking there.
Like with anything, anything, musician, athlete, dancer, photographer, writer...we've got to keep up with what we do.
Just do it. (Thanks Nike)
Don't let the muscle get stiff. Not if it's something your passionate about and really want to pursue. It's like our brains are all fired up to be the greatest at what we absolutely love...and our resolve is this pathetic little balloon that all to easily just kinda...deflates. With lots of whining and lame excuses.
If you really love what it is you are trying to improve on or learn more about, forcing yourself to actually do it will be hard for like, the first 3 minutes. I promise.
"Oh, yeah, I love playing music. Writing unlocks the creative genius dancing around in there. Man, this is fun. I should do this all the time and just live in creative bliss!"
Ever think about how much a human being is actually capable of accomplishing in one days time?
A normal human being like you and me. We have, what, about 14 to 16 waking hours in a day?
I believe God created us with a lot more potential for productivity and passion, than the vast majority of us ever bother to unlock.
If you were the most productive version of yourself, how do you see your life going? What would you be doing differently if you were not hindered by procrastination and laziness(like me)?
Seriously, though, think about that one.