Waddup Savi Crew!
Another late post but it’s been that kind of week apparently. You know, no one realises how complicated daily life can be—unless you try to formulate a routine. Added to that, my mother was off on retreat this past week so babysitting the nephew was left up to my sister and I. Boy, did he have us going! Not to mention, I work a 40 hour work week but the job’s remote so no commute, no freezing office environment or annoying, unwelcome coworkers.
But the baby is eight months old and he’s crawling now so there’s LOTs to discover. His favourite item of choice? Cords. Fan cords. Computer laptop cords. Samsung and iPhone cords. The living room alone is Cord Central. I swear I’ve lost 10 lbs chasing homeboy all over the living room floor. But I digress, this ain’t no baby blog!
NaNoWriMo is over and I typically suffer from withdrawals at this point. Going from daily writing to no writing at all is a bit of a culture shock for my creative self but the break is more than necessary. After all, creative fuel can only flow so much. This month while I’m cleaning and preparing for the Christmas season, I will be filling the creative well so that come January and can get back into the writing groove again.
Furthermore, the break will permit me some time away from my WIP which will allow me to attack it with fresh eyes next year. Thus, I’ll be able to spot inconsistencies, pacing, continuity errors, etc. that I would not be able to decipher if I remained working on it through December.
But I will need to organise my writing projects for next year and set goals for each month. If I’m going to become a multi-genre bestselling author I’m gonna need to start dedicating more hours to my craft. And luckily the Savi Crew members are along for the ride!
Anyways, I’m rambling again which means it’s time to sign off… Toodles for now.
And remember, no matter where you live, take a little time to enjoy the island life! Happy Writing!