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. […]

What I’ve Learnt About Character Development, and a New Piece Written

“Things don’t always go as planned. When you begin writing a new piece for instance, you may have a clear idea of just how things are going to go at the time, but there is a great chance that clear idea may be altered at some point. I find that I tend to envision the ending of […]

A Little Poetry, A Lot of Editing: Getting It Done

“I’ve never quite liked being too comfortable in my routine, for I feel that I lose that initial spark when I’m too busy trying to get things done versus letting my imagination run wild every once in a while. There is such a thing as doing too much. As I give myself more time to work around my tasks, […]

Making Writing a Habit, and Channeling the Best of Your Ability

“I’m not entirely sure I’ll ever be able to say that I’ve finally gotten it together, that I’ve put all of my unfavourable habits aside and that I’ve finally learnt to give my time to the things that matter most. Though, I can say that I am doing the best I can to maintain the […]

Poetry, Plans, and Productivity: “Teacups and Typewriter Print”

“Poetry is an art form worth exploring. One that I love to dabble in quite a bit. I’ve not written a lot of poetry recently, but I’ve finally begun a new collection. It’s something that I can work towards, something I can learn from, something that will allow me to gauge what my writing style has become. […]

Organized Thoughts and Quite the Mess of Inspiration

“‘I’ve got it together,’ she says, as she has absolutely no idea what it is she’s doing and where she’s headed, but she keeps her head high. She knows what she wants. She wants contentment, excitement, and most of all fulfillment. That is the sole reason in which she writes.” Creativity is subjective, the best of what […]

I’ve Busied Myself With Prose, and I’ve Been Reading Something New

“These past few weeks, there has been a consistent “Today’s not my day,” being uttered at the end of every evening. For some odd reason, I’ve just found myself unable to catch a break. Though, it does happen from time to time, and I can gladly say that I’ve been taking a moment here and […]

Writing Short: Exploring Every Realm of Your Creative Capacity

“Writing Short. When was the last time you sat down to write something that wasn’t planned, that didn’t require a finite prep session before you could begin? It’s been quite a while since I’ve written anything I’ve been proud of (NaNoWriMo, last year to be exact). In the process of getting back into editing that particular novel, I’ve […]

Love Your Craft, Appreciate Your Work, Celebrate Your Progress.

“I could sit here and tell you of all the things I don’t have the time to do anymore. I could sit here and explain every moment I’ve chosen to do something else over the one thing that keeps me going. However, what I’m going to do is tell you of all the things I’ve […]

Missing Deadlines and Thumbing Through Planners

“I like to be on time. I enjoy my punctuality as much as I enjoy a chocolate macaron on Sunday evening, or a Lush bath. I also enjoy getting things done and I hate straying away from my plans. Though, there comes a time to prioritize all that you wish to do with all that you should […]

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