My Little Thoughtful Space

A place to practice writing in my own little way. A space to ponder, wander and wonder.

Month: March 2017

I Have to Take Writing Seriously I Should Quit Blogging

Have you ever think if all your efforts mean nothing? Did you take your work seriously, yet nobody noticed? But, you told yourself, “No sweat, I continue to (put here whatever you love to do) even no one notice it.”

You can play guitar at the garage, write a children’s book at the attic, or sing while sitting on the throne of the bathroom. But, we can’t deny there’s a proper timeline for every situation.

Given my current situation, I decided to quit on committing to publish a blog post every week. Still, I’m reading books (both physical and digital). I’ll continue listening to inspiring talks, expert interviews, and educational podcasts. Also, I’m still writing at least 500 words a day. And of course, I’ll still publish a blog post from time to time.

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Five Lessons on Why Writing Is More Than Sustaining

Sustaining yourself to write is not a challenge. Yes, you read it right. After years of writing, I came to more realizations. More lessons on writing.

“Writing about a writer’s block is better than not writing at all.” ~Charles Bukowski

The real daunting challenges of writing is way more than sustaining.

In any activity either music, sports, or studying calculus (especially calculus), we come to the point of questioning ourselves. Why am I doing this?

At first, it’s pure bliss. Pure joy and satisfaction. But, as like human relationships, we can continue and felt stuck. And going nowhere.

There’s a point in our lives when the challenging goals turned into mundane tasks.

Then, you can’t help but ask yourself, “why?”

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