By: Marilyn L. Davis
“A day of bad writing is always better than a day of no writing.” ― Don Roff
When I think of peoples’ job titles and descriptions, I get an idea of what they do every day.
- Counselor? They listen to people talk about their problems, help them find solutions, and, well, counsel.
- Artist? They draw, paint, and create, well, art.
- Welder? They join metals together, fusing, compressing, and well, welding materials together.
- Writer? Well, duh, they write.
I’ve said before that I have a hard time thinking of other professions where people are allowed to say, “I’m not feeling it.” Oh, maybe they say it, but they show up anyway. We writers, on the other hand, can avoid the pen/paper/computer/laptop and find umpteen reasons not to sit and write.
I think one of the poorest excuses we give ourselves is that we don’t have anything good…
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