Writing is my primary spark for everything. I got started writing back when I was a kid. It has found it’s way into every aspect of my life. When I started the blog, I just wanted to coalesce all of my likes into a single unified place. It isn’t exactly what I want yet, but it is heading in the right direction.
Writing every day is not an easy thing. You have to take the time to actually sit down and begin to type things away to put the words on the page. Time is part of it, but the ideas are another. Right now, I am cheating to a small extent. I have two posts I write daily. One is currently based on my friends 100 Days Healthier Me, such as this one, and my other is based on a Sixty-Day Superhero which are topics to help you set yourself up on a good positive path to where you want to be. Both of these posts come with mostly pre-written concepts of writing about.
Writing also brings me the most passion. When I start talking about my stories, I get excited and quickly move on to another avenue of the universe that I am building. I really want to tell everything and get everything down on paper. Of course, I don’t have everything down on paper yet, I work at it a little bit everyday and eventually a full story will be out there. Even contemplating where I want to go with this universe gets me energized and passionate about the future.
The entire purpose of the blog was to link my exercise routine, nerdy lifestyle, and my writing all in one place. I have spent the last few weeks beginning to go to the gym again, and although I’m only doing minor stuff on the cardio machines, I just wanted to make sure that I am currently going to the gym regularly. And I am. It makes for an easy start, but also means that I can be building on it every day and getting better.
I am still living my nerdy lifestyle. I read comics daily. I watch nerdy tv. Right at this moment, I am watching Power Rangers Time Force. I just need to find ways to incorporate it more reliably into my writing and make it make sense. Either way, I am still going to be doing those things, and the focusing on the sixty-day superhero will be a good way to keep my writing as well as on the path to awesomeness.
It’ll be an interesting couple months to say the least. My end goal is hanging out with my friend in New Orleans, and both of my things happen at roughly the same time. My final day of 100 days is right before I leave, while my 60 day superhero ends the day that I am there. It makes it well worth it and meaningful as I have a strong end date. I can do this and can already see the fireworks of victor at the end of it all.
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