Drinking (mostly water)
Snacking (mostly chocolate)
Protecting my brain from zombies
Protecting my brain from aliens
Protecting my brain from explosion
Running around like a chicken with its head cut off
Pretending I don’t have a headache
Treating the headache
Chewing the cud (or gum)
Talking about writing
Thinking about writing
Planting my butt in chair
Shooting butts (with my bow and arrow)
Singing silly songs
Blasting my music
Tending to that other stuff of life
Climbing metaphorical mountains
Squashing literal molehills
Bending over backwards
Wearing out my inbox refresh button
Binge watching Netflix
Binge-reading social media posts
Scrolling through cat memes
My critique group has been encouraging me to write word lists to help my writing.
I just reread my notes.
My critique group wants me to focus on my project by writing word lists.
Well, as they say, no writing is ever wasted.
Have you ever taking writing advice in a different direction than intended?
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