Spending several hours in front of the computer only writing a draft to answer the question, “Where are you from?” make me feel dizzy.
It takes me hours to answer a simple question; too bad.
My writing mentor advises that when you are writing, forget about editing your draft simultaneously, so your time is not wasted. But, I am stubborn, and he is right: I wasted my time.
This month I promised myself to practice writing. Again. And yesterday was the first day I did it. The second day, I started thinking about what to write about. I am thinking a lot, phew.
I already have writing prompts that I set as a desktop background, actually. I got that writing prompts two weeks ago on the language site. I found it exciting, and having to write it here on the blog such a great idea. So, I started to draft it, and I end up nowhere.
Now it displays widely full on my computer’s screen, and I can hear it says, “Gotcha,” with a mocking smile.
When it comes to writing, I often experience this deadlock as I am facing right now, two hours in front of the computer, I get only a rough draft.
Maybe I need to find another idea, I, then, surfing the internet, heading to a site that probably would give me a lot of ideas, Pinterest.
There are many blogging ideas there. But instead of choosing an idea, I keep reading all of them. Keep choosing the right ideas, and skip, and skip, I end up tired.
I’ll browse again tomorrow.