As I have stated lately, I have had a lot of trouble keeping on task. I feel like I have a lot going on at any I’ve moment, and every thing seems to be pushing against all the other things. Today, it was hard for me even to get out of bed. I had a very busy night last night at work. Add the fact my muscles are sore from a gym workout three days ago, and I was just legitimately dead. I patiently waited at Starbucks for a seat to open, and it did about five minutes into waiting. However, even when I sat down, I didn’t get right to posting this blog post. Instead, I got to screwing around with something else. Now, thirty minutes later, I finally found the incentive to actually begin to type up this post about keeping on task.
It’s seriously hard lately. I just don’t have the momentum built any longer to keep pushing through and do the things that I need to do. The fact that I am rolling downhill towards vacation is also very apparent. My ideas for my stories are once again al over the place, and I’m taking a few minutes here and there to put them down on paper. That isn’t enough lately, instead, I am wasting too much time on breaking them down into smaller ideas.
When I had first started this, I had the momentum built up from the 100 Days Healthier Me. I would do two blog posts a day. For a while, I was doing three! Now, the momentum has died down to a bit of a crawl. How do you start running a gain? How do you put yourself in the right mindset to do it.
I think I need to map things out a little bit better, which is something I stated at the beginning.
Once again, I am finding myself incredibly distracted. It seems like my brain just can’t calm down. I need to begin to figure out how to deal with moments like this. Which isn’t as easy as waving a wand and making the productivity happen. I wish it was, then, I would at least be doing something more than rambling.
Tomorrow needs to be a productive day. Perhaps if I …. Yet again I got side tracked.
Okay, I am going to end todays rambling and obnoxious blog post with my plans for the next twenty-four hours.
As soon as I get done posting this, I am going to do a write up for my “Sisters of the Moon” story. It’ll be 500 words and showcase Lilah de La Cruz, the heroine known as Luna, and Kya Evans, the heroine known as Sensational.
Then, I will go to the OSO Bear Party for about forty-five minutes before making my way into work and working until around 11-1130. Tomorrow, I will get my clothes washed, make my way to the gym, write my blog post, and just kind of veg out for the rest of the day. If I make a plan for it, it’s part of the plan. That means that I can make it a pretty easy day overall. It also means I’m on the right track even if it’s a slow start. As long as I start, I’m continuing on the right path. And that’s what’s important.