Unfortunately that’s all it ever amounted to — great intentions. (As in the road to hell is paved with good intentions.)
So what happened? Well, the remodel suddenly required a bigger chunk of my time then I expected. I also was more tired than normal — the week before I hadn’t been feeling well, plus with all the growing and stretching in my business and personal life, I just needed more rest than normal.
In other words, life happened.
And when life happens, the question becomes — when it is okay to rearrange your writing schedule and when does that rearranging turn into writing procrastination? It’s like the dance between feminine and masculine energy in my business — when do I sit and receive (in other words, be in my feminine energy) and when do I take action and get things done (in other words, be in my masculine energy).
There’s no question if I want to get any sort of writing done, I need to actually take action and get it done. But sometimes, like this weekend, when I find myself having to do more errands and cleaning up and figuring out how to do laundry when the washer isn’t hooked up, and then when I do get a break, just feeling completely exhausted, I decide to give myself a break instead of trying to push through it.
If I do that, then the idea is when I finally am able to sit down and write, I’ll be that much more efficient.
I’ll let you know how that goes this week.
Until next time.