Shameful Admission

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  1. I can definitely relate to what you’re going through. I was on a roll before all the wedding planning stuff, and now I’m back to ground zero. How do you force yourself to go on? It’s all too much for me. ::embarrassed::

    X/

  2. I can definitely relate to what you’re going through. I was on a roll before all the wedding planning stuff, and now I’m back to ground zero. How do you force yourself to go on? It’s all too much for me. ::embarrassed::

    X/

  3. Well…that’s a good question. Sometimes, I don’t go on, haha. Instead, I work on other things that let me plan around my project, like designing book covers, or marketing plans…that’s partly why I made this blog. As long as I’m doing some sort of writing, I feel pretty good. The creative juices don’t stop flowing, and it’s not so much of a writer’s block as a redirection of energies. Mainly, I try not to focus so much on the fact that I’m not writing exactly what I want to write. When I begin to obsess like that, I waste energy on wanting to do something rather than just doing it.

    I don’t know. Everyone’s different! :)

  4. Well…that’s a good question. Sometimes, I don’t go on, haha. Instead, I work on other things that let me plan around my project, like designing book covers, or marketing plans…that’s partly why I made this blog. As long as I’m doing some sort of writing, I feel pretty good. The creative juices don’t stop flowing, and it’s not so much of a writer’s block as a redirection of energies. Mainly, I try not to focus so much on the fact that I’m not writing exactly what I want to write. When I begin to obsess like that, I waste energy on wanting to do something rather than just doing it.

    I don’t know. Everyone’s different! :)

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