So. I kind of burned some bridges yesterday. I think that’s a good thing, in this particular case. I’ve been dealing with some angst about KB for a while as I’m sure some of my previous posts here have made clear, and it had all turned into an emotional sinkhole and I needed to climb … Continue reading Burning bridges and all that
I decided a couple of days ago that I really need to stop visiting forums. Forums— Interfere with my ability to concentrate (an active thread is an open loop, and since I’m curious by nature, I react to busy threads a little like an addict) Frustrate me (ignoring unpleasant and dogmatic people is always easier … Continue reading No more forums for me
I’ve gotten myself worked up into a state again, one that isn’t conducive to being creative, and I have no one to blame but myself. I know not to visit Kboards when I’m already having trouble writing—in fact, I know not to visit at all—but I do it anyway because… because… I don’t even know … Continue reading Why can’t I break the Kboards habit?
I haven’t finished my current book in progress despite having been trying to finish it for a couple of weeks now. Today I’m pushing for a finish, although I know it’s going to be tricky. I don’t have a clue where the story is going to come together, only a vague notion that something is going … Continue reading Pushing for a finish today; must write faster!
Deleting 24 pages of posts from Kboards again. Maybe I just didn’t have anything compelling enough to keep my thoughts about this book at bay and I turned to this to distract myself… Gah. Why do I do this to myself? Anyway, down to 9 pages of posts and 2 of those pages are deleted … Continue reading Stuck in some kind of OCD loop right now
I’ve started using the Mind the Time add-on for Firefox again, temporarily, to help me keep an eye on time I’m spending on things I need to cut out of my day so I have more time for reading fiction, watching TV, doing random stuff, all while still having plenty of time for writing. See … Continue reading It’s time for a permanent reduction in distractive reading