Wednesday, 6 November 2013

How do you write when you have nothing to talk about?

I've been reading quite a bit online the past 48 hours about writing and blogging. Thinking about how to do this as a career, or at least as a sub-career to my teaching.

I've come across some interesting things, like:
http://thewritepractice.com/feel-like-it/

http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/writing-a-good-blog.html

http://lifehacker.com/how-can-i-write-a-successful-blog-and-get-more-people-t-1257476541

I realised I need to write more often, even with shorter posts. Because shorter posts more often is better than less posts of more substance, surely?


And while on that thought process wavelength I thought about travel, the journey. The destination.
Five days ago I lost my job. Instead of grieving over it- I should be kind of rejoicing. It's like excitement. There's bigger and better things out there, even though every day there's another horrible rejection letter in my inbox. *Sigh*.

One day.

Soon.

I hope.

In the meantime, watching more TV shows online, hoping I become seen - soon enough - to go far.

Every day the inevitable rejection after rejection and the constant stream of applications.

*Sigh*.

One day.
Soon.
Forever filled with Hope.