How To (Not) Set Yourself Up For Failure

And so we fade back into the familiar. Give on that morning workout. Go back to eating carbs. Shelve that new novel idea. Scrap that cover letter. Rejection hurts and so does admitting to ourselves that we aren't as great as we thought we were. And so often, we fail to even fail.

The Places We’ll Never See Again

We can't always spend our lives in one place. Sure, some of us do and there's nothing wrong with that. But for many people, at some point in their lives, they will move on from certain places throughout their lives. Be it from a house, from a job, from a city, from a state or even a country. For some, it is inevitable.

What Is The Block?

It's not about demolishing "just" writer's block anymore (if that is indeed a thing which I really don't think it is). It's not even necessarily about writing anymore. I want this to be a space for confronting all the various blocks in my life. I want this to be a space for anyone who wishes to demolish any blocks currently confining them in any capacity.

Drafts

For most writers, the majority of any first draft will be terrible. And therein lies the problem.

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