Write Something Today (A first post)

Maybe you’re a little like me; you’ve been curious about blogging – maybe even thought you might try your hand at it one day. Maybe you fancy yourself a writer or an author or a storyteller or a journalist or a novelist or a bard. Maybe you’re a bit more like me; you’re too busy with work, school, kids, sports, clubs, church, chores, vacations and life in general – but you’re really just lazy, undisciplined and not all that sure what you have to say. Maybe, just maybe, you really are a lot like me and you’re tired of wondering.

One single thread of advice is repeated over and over in everything I have ever read or heard about writing – “just write!” Get started! Write something today, and tomorrow, and again and again. Today, that is what I am doing.~

The laurels of authorship are worth the winning largely because there is no primrose path leading to them.

~ Frederic Taber Cooper

  1. […] surprised that I wrote it at all, but I did. You can read what I actually wrote as my first article here. I wrote exactly what I was thinking at the time to get this blog […]

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  2. […] surprised that I wrote it at all, but I did. You can read what I actually wrote as my first article here. I wrote exactly what I was thinking at the time to get this blog […]

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  3. […] have been blogging here for over two years – beginning on February 2, 2012. I wrote regularly for a while, quit for a while, wrote and quit again, and now I am trying again […]

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  4. […] third anniversary of this blog. That is correct – I started this in February 2012. Here is my very first post. I don’t know if there is any luck or magic or good or bad mojo associated with the number […]

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  5. […] started this blog over five years ago with a couple of ideas in mind; first, I intended to write often and consistently, as in say, a […]

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  6. […] and have people read and enjoy what I write. Actually, it never has really been simple. In my very first post on this blog, I wrote, One single thread of advice is repeated over and over in everything I have ever read or […]

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