Writing a blog isn’t as glamorous as you might think.
(If you think it’s glamorous at all, that is).
And I have to admit, most days I have a blank space where my post should be. I just can’t think of anything to write and it gets really frustrating.
So I stare out the window, or I do dishes, or I read, or I do just about anything else to help jog my brain.
I’ve trained my brain to write “dailey” for a few years now so I do eventually come up with something.
But I want to let you know that if something isn’t working for you right now, it doesn’t mean you won’t get to it. It’s okay to have a blank space or page where your next idea, or solution, or question should be.
Blankness is where everyone begins.
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