Many people have told me they’d like to write a memoir or a story but just can’t seem to find the time. They’ve either given up on the idea or figure they’ll get to it when they retire.
I didn’t want to wait. With the unpredictable nature of life, I decided to make the most of the time I do have. I ignored the famous writers who said not to bother if I can’t write everyday. Over the years, I read and wrote as much as I could even after a eight to nine hour day-job and two little ones at home. In ten years, I’ve released as many stories/poetry books into the world and have received excellent ratings for my efforts. I’m so glad I ignored the “can’t do” attitude swirling around my brain. And guess what? I still make time to have fun with people.
So, if you want to write, write. If you want to publish, search the internet for options. Seize the opportunities that come your way. We all have twenty-four hours in every day. What will you do with your time?
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