At the beginning of the month I always think it is a good time to start something, mostly I suppose because there is always that feeling of “Oh, this month I’ll get my shit together!”. It’s all a mirage, in the end, but it serves as a way for you to feel like Wonder Woman maybe for at least a few minutes. Something has to motivate you in life. A new beginning is always appealing. “What the hell do I do now?” I say once I get going.
I guess July's NaBloPoMo theme is Kids. I don't have to stick to BlogHer's prompts or suggestions, but I have been neglecting my documentation as a mother. It would be useful to focus a lot this month on Celie, especially being that she turns 2 next month! Documentation is one of the reasons I do this stuff; again, I'm overly nostalgic. I imagine someday I will love to look back at my blog, no matter how trivial the matter I am writing of.
I am a mess. I love to write and I practice whenever I can. So I decided to participate in NaBloPoMo again. July has just started and I think that it would be a good way to help me tend to my neglected blog. Let’s face it, also, my blog is like my writing portfolio of sorts, and it’s also sort of my schooling. How are we to become better writers if we don’t do the thing that we are attempting to do? You need to write to get better at writing, so it doesn’t matter what it is---I’m going to write. 30 blogs in 30 days. Maybe I’ll keep going then? Maybe THIS time it will inspire me to CONTINUE. Continuing has always been the problem. First it’s gaining the momentum, then it’s continuing with forward movement. Let’s see what ideas I can touch on this month, what alleys I can explore, what topics I can put my pointless twist on. Let’s see what happens if I start writing again. Let's see if getting back on my "therapy" wagon helps other aspects of my life. Let's get our vent on. Write on. On, I go…
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