Procrastination is Part of Creativity
Sometimes, I just need to do nothing. I need to sit and stare at the wall and think about nothing. It helps, I think. If I am always obsessed with it, nothing will come of it. I think my story is a little tired after all the work I put in too.
Even stories need to rest, right?
Take Time Away From the Rough Draft
All right, so I finished it. It’s done. The manuscript, from point A to point B, has been finished. The idea has been bled into the universe.
I’m going to forget about it for a while. Focus on other positive mind-melds. I think I know it will be time to pick it up again when I start to forget about Girl-Who-Rises-Sun. It will especially be time to pick it up after I miss her.
I have a lot of other work cut out for me. A lot of reading I need to do before I can jump back into my manuscript editing:
Currently, I am reading this book. I am enjoying it too! Once I finish it, I plan on posting a clear, revised and finished review here on my blog. Construct of an Angel is about real life angels and also has a strong focus on death. I don’t want to tell you the whole plot here, but I will tell you that the book is good and it should be purchased and read. We all need to support each other in our writing endeavors and make sure that self-publishers have the support they need. Plus, it’s just a great read.
Daily Affirmations to the Universe:
~Be Progress~Be Prosperity~Be Creativity ~Be Love~Be Grateful~Be Grateful~Be Grateful~Create~Share~Create Again~Heal~Hope~Love~Cure~Be Change~
~Remember, there’s a big old bad war out there between good and evil.~
~Be the light side~
~The force is strong with all of us~
Is procrastination part of your writing process?