I’ve slowed down blogging over the past several months for a number of reasons. Working takes more of my time than I imagined it would, but the bright spot is I have a job. How I view the world has changed a little bit, mostly because the job is what seems to be on my mind the most these days. But above all else, the one thing that I could always rely on has become an incredibly difficult process since roughly July of last year. So a good idea was proposed to me, one that I’ve heard over the past couple of years, that I’m taking up now. Rather than run away from writing, I’ll write about why I’ve been running from it.
Perhaps like any skill, if you don’t use it, you lose it. While unfortunate, writing should have been such a higher priority on my list and I think I expected it to just become a higher priority. I had free time, never had so much relaxation at one time, and even had ideas. But I couldn’t drive myself to put pen to paper. Doing this post, right now, is difficult for some reason. I’ve had bouts of writers block in the past, but this one feels different. I suppose all of them “feel” differently from one another, but even when I have the urge to write, I don’t. It’s as though I can’t.
So I’m moving forward by writing for at least a half hour a day, and this blog will be where I can track my progress. Hopefully I can shake my writer’s block with this exercise, but it’s at least got me thinking about one of the most important pieces I have to do – “You’re Either A 0 or 1; The Binary Scale.” If you don’t know what I’m talking about, come back here soon to see why it should be a whole lot easier to rank who you’re attractive to.