Family, Health and wellbeing

Wasting a day

Sometimes, in my rush to create a post, I write rubbish. This is one such time.

I should be writing more of my manuscript, but I’ve hit a wall. Gah! I’ll write through it, never fear. I have paid work to do, editing a paper for a journal, but I’m putting that off. I need to walk down the street, go to the Post Office, buy more wine, but I can’t even be bothered doing that. I have a book to read, and guess what? Can’t get into that today either.

So, I find myself here, writing about today’s daily word prompt, but in actuality, I run the risk of boring whoever reads this. Sorry. Promise I’ll try harder tomorrow.


10 thoughts on “Wasting a day”

  1. The secret to writing something in the mss every day? Even one single word can be called ‘planning’ or ‘research’ or ‘guideline word’ – but even one word of the beat or rhythm or flow is adding to the final product, yes?

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