New Projects, Novel Edits, and Preparing My Summer Writing Schedule

“Getting things back on track is something we all struggle with from time to time. Allowing ourselves to delve into our creativity once more, after we’ve neglected it for a while, can prove to be quite tough. I’m going through quite a bit of writer’s block at the moment, for I just do not know where to begin. […]

When One Door Closes: Make the Effort

“I’ve never been one to complain too much about the way in which change occurs. I’ve never been one to proudly exclaim all it is I want, nor have I ever been the type to go out and get it. I have dreams, much like we all do. I have expectations, much like we all […]

Appreciating Your Work Ethic and Exploring New Ideas: Ending My Unproductive Streak

“As of late, I’ve spoken quite a bit about the rut I’ve found myself in. I’ve spoken about how hard it has been to get the bare minimum done, and as I give myself more time to work through my newfound inability to perform, I can say that it is getting a lot better. I woke […]

Good Books, Long Summers, and a Budding Plot

“Waking up with the intention of creating something beautiful will always be a feeling I hold dear. Though, when I haven’t felt it in a while, I do admit that it does begin to stress me. Everyone suffers from a lack of inspiration from time to time, and I know that right now, I am working […]

The Interlude: Re-establishing Normality, and Finding Your Footing

“The reintroduction to a lifestyle that once was will always be difficult. Sometimes, we have to ask ourselves if we’re doing enough to get to where we want to go. Sometimes, we have to take a step back, make difficult decisions, so that we’re able to cope with what life throws at us. This past month, I […]

Adapting to Change: Reminiscing Why You Began

“I’ve never been too keen on returning home. Surely, there will always be things about it that I miss, people I miss, and continue to miss all of the time. Though, being back home also sets me back quite a lot, in that I find myself in an endless wave of unproductive behaviour, as I struggle to come to […]

Celebrating New Ideas + Finding Time For the Things We Love

“There are times where we can’t help but let circumstances get in the way of all of the things we need to get done, and there are times where we can’t seem to wrap our heads around why we’ve been submerged in an incessant wave of unproductiveness. This past week I can certainly say that […]

Lacking Inspiration Isn’t the End: Making Time to Pursue Your Passion

“Do you know what it feels like to write something rooted in the deepest sentiments we can conjure, without feeling them ourselves? Do you know how truly difficult it can be to write of something you’re not even sure you’ve ever felt before? Surely, we read quite a bit. We have an idea of what things are supposed […]

Another Monday Down: Sticking to the Schedule, and Writing New Poetry

“Sometimes, I ask myself: “Am I in over my head? Am I doing enough to get to where I want to go? How do I know I’m not prioritizing the wrong things?” They’re all valid questions, constant questions that surface on those rough days where it just seems to be too impossible to cope with it all. […]

Pre-Planning: Editing, Work Ethic, and Keeping it Together

“Summer is slowly approaching, and I’m gearing up to begin yet another productive interval. I’ve been revelling in the little free time I’ve had over the last month or so, settling in with my writing (and my editing) so that I can determine just how I’d want to spend the time I’d be traveling. I […]

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