A writer’s comfort

I am at my best when I am sitting at a table or desk with my favorite drink (flavored coffee or soda-pop.) I have my headset on, my music blasting, and my mind focused on my writing. That is comfort and heaven to me.

Lately

I’ve had no table and it’s bee hard to get my favorite drink.  Sigh.

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My yearly to-do list 2017

Things I want to complete by December 31, 2017

  1. I want 65 blogs divided into Writings
    1. 13 Writing,
    2. 7 Spiritual,
    3. 20 Personal
    4. 25 naughty
  2. Set up for NaNoWriMo
  3. November work toward word goal of 75,000.
  4. I want to post another 15 random things about me.
  5. Be finished with at least 75% of The Broken Road
  6. Work on Goals for 2018
  7. Working on a writing schedule

Finally. . .

I finally got my computer cord. Yay! *chair dances*

I have so many projects that I need to type up, print, edit, and rewrite. I’m so excited for my writing. It’s been so long.

Now I am sitting at dinner waiting on a year of updates. . . . it’s at 41%.

I just updated, my skype, AVG, and now windows.

I have a page to-do list while I update.

I hope to post several things on here.

Goal for self I want at least 15 more blogs posted on here until the end of the year. 

NaNoWriMo is next moth so, I know that I will have some setup blogs posting soon.

Therapy: Write about it

I use writing as a huge therapy tool. Version a (rough draft) of any of my writings are for me to get everything out. 

There are a lot of things that are illegal in real life, but nothing is illegal if you are bad guy in written story.

I will use my writing to get our feelings, especially frustration and anger.

 During editing, I will make corrections and write for the public, but version a is always for me. 

(Currently, just wish that I can get at least  6 hours of sleep each night or late morning so I can get so decent writing finished. )

Prompts

It’s funny . . . I can list prompts for my blogs, but when I go back to look at the lists of prompts, it just feels like work. Or I am not in inspired. 

Then I feel empty, lacking motivation. 

It always when I am wide awake.  

However when I’m exhausted,  almost comfy in my bed do I figure the right prompt to write in my blog. Sigh.
Does this happen to anyone else?

My perfect office

I’ve been day dreaming alot. I’ve been thinking what my perfect office would look like. 

The back wall with the walk will be my homemade both corners desk.  With holders for my water and coffee, so I don’t spill. 
 I will have file cabinets underneath and to the sides. 

I would have to have a super comfy computer chair. 
I will have a futon on one wall with a rug, and a 30″ flat screen on the opposite wall. 

Either my room painted purple or purple abstract art on it. 


Making the best

There are nights where I will read or write all night just to see a few moments of cloudy colorful bliss. That perfect light that brings the hazy sky and foggy, misty ground together. 

I currently do not have a constant table or desk to sit at while I write for hours.  I’ve had a lot of stiff necks and achy backs reaching around to write on the bed. 

I’ve been hand writing 90% of the my work waiting to get my new cord, but the problem is my cord hard to find, and once I get my cord, my computer will overheat on the bed. 
I’m trying to make the best I can only believe it will get better.