If you talk to me for more than about 20 minutes, you’ll surely hear me say some sort of quote from a television show or a movie. But I don’t mean your famous lines like “We’re gonna need a bigger boat,” or “‘You miss 100 percent of the shots you don’t take,’ – Wayne Gretsky – Michael Scott” I mean some random piece of wisdom … Continue reading Inspiration from a Christmas Movie: More Decisive, Less Impulsive
Last week I wrote about how inspiration and motivation can be cyclical. But as a blogger with a posting schedule as well as several side hustles to write for, sitting around waiting for inspiration to come is not always an option. Writing and side hustles can be difficult when you have a full time job. I only have nights, weekends, and holidays to write, and … Continue reading Creating Your Own Inspiration
Creating art of any form is a gift. For people like me who love to flex that creative muscle, there’s just no feeling like that of creating something entirely new. I’ve felt this pull ever since I was a child, and back when I was little, I used to create in any way that I could. As a child, it’s easy to get swept up … Continue reading The Cyclical Nature of Inspiration and Motivation
(TW Depression) Coming out of a depressive episode is so weird. For me, anyway. Back when I was in the midst of a depressive episode, making plans was daunting and I usually made them hoping that they would just fall through and I could stay in the comfort of my own home. Leaving the house was always a crapshoot because sometimes I would be fine … Continue reading Coming out of a Depressive Episode
I’m going to be honest with you, fam. I was dreading sitting down to write this blog post. I absolutely love writing and sharing my experiences with all of you, but the week that I had been afraid I would eventually face had finally come: I was blocked. In a very writer-esque way. After several weeks of being very inspired and writing articles while feverishly … Continue reading Is There a Never-Ending Chain of Mailmen Delivering Mail to Other Mailmen?