40 Days of Writing

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This year for Lent, instead of giving something up I decided that I would make sure to spend some of every day writing. Whether it’s writing here in this blog that I’ve been sorely neglecting (despite my New Year’s resolution to post once a week, which obviously I’ve failed at already and it’s only March), working on a story/novel (I have a new idea that I really like), journaling or even just scribbling thoughts or outlines for stories onto paper. (I promise I won’t actually blog everyday, because you may be shocked to hear this, but my life really isn’t all that exciting and I don’t want to bore you all to death. I have very few readers as is, I really don’t want to scare any of them off.) Whether it means typing at a computer or literally putting pen to paper, I will spend at least some time every day for the next 40 days writing. And hopefully at the end of those 40 days I will have created a habit. (One that will perhaps lead to me actually finishing a novel someday, yay!)

For years it’s been my dream to be a writer, and occasionally I’ll manage to actually write paragraphs, or even whole chapters of different books that I think up, but never actually complete anything. Lately I’ve been giving it a lot of thought and decided that it’s time to stop putting it off. If I want to be a writer, I need to actually start WRITING. So here I am, publicly making a promise to myself to actually take the time every day to work on something that may ultimately help make one of my dreams come true.

One thought on “40 Days of Writing

    mom said:
    March 10, 2011 at 5:56 pm

    Charissa , I have always believed you could. and would, one day write. You have always had wonderful insight and a unique way of seeing things, I think once you get serious about writing you will amaze yourself!

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