You write because you’re a writer. SO WRITE.
(Okay, even longer post gap, but my life is crazy.)
So I organized my rabbits.
And wrote two essays.
And exquisitely grafted a trifold.
And got a new desk.
And Rosetta Stone.
(But my toes don’t even reach the ground anymore at my desk.)
And grades are due.
And PAPER TOWNS TRAILER AAAAAAAAAAAAAAHHHRGRJKHSDKJLFDHALHDZKJFGHGKJHSFKJG.
So yeah, post gap.
But anyway, time management. Yay. Struggling to fit writing/editing into your nasty schedule without collapsing every five minutes into a stress-induced anxiety attack.
It’s almost impossible to sneak even a hundred words in because you can’t “get in the zone.”
So here’s a solution: don’t.
If your head is about to explode, you need to take a break from writing. I hate to say it.
But this does not mean you can stop writing for good. When things calm down, you WILL keep going.
You started for a reason, so don’t quit.
But you’re allowed a break.
Panic attacks are not worth it.
So get your work done. And then get back to your charries.
(But if you are not taking a break, SHAME SHAME SHAME for coming here and wasting your time not writing.)