There doesn’t have to be meaning in your work. You can add it if you want to, but there doesn’t have to be meaning. It could be that you’ve written this today for the sheer joy of it. And that it enough.
Your journey might not be in the same place as someone else’s, and that’s okay. They started somewhere different to you. They have a different journey to you. But you can take comfort in the fact they started somewhere. And so did you. And you can take comfort in the fact they got to the … More Everyone started somewhere (Monday Inspiration)
Feelings, when described, can fall flat. So instead look inward. See how you felt and reacted to that emotion and ask yourself why. Then use that for your characters.
See the sky, the grey weight of winter hanging heavy above.Hear the birds signing in the treetops above.Watch the world pass you by.When you’re needing inspiration, look outside and describe what you can see.
Another day, another goal.Let’s see how we do today shall we?
New Year. New Chances. New opportunities await you. Look for them. Seize them. Reap the rewards.
Goals are there to push you and challenge you. They are there to give you something to work towards over a long period of time, give you focus in times of distraction. Goals, however, are not a stick. They are not there to show failure, or to show missed deadlines. Can’t meet your goal you … More Adjust your Goals (Monday Inspiration)
Each draft you create is something new. You’re having to take your time, you see, uncovering new facets of your story from deep within your bones.Your thoughts are like the sea etching away at a clifftop. It might take many years until your sculpture is complete.But, in the end, your draft will be beautiful.
It is not a question of if something will happen, but when it will happen.When you will make it happen.When you will create your dreams.
Question why is the world the way it is? Reflect it, consider it, use it. Questions asking why mean your story starts to grow a life of it’s own. Take on new depth and meaning. So when you are stuck on a scene, or a character, or a word. Ask why.