Some days the words just aren’t showing up. This happens when I’m either writing for my school papers or this blog, I get it–writing isn’t easy. You’re probably thinking, “Klaudia, if writing doesn’t come so easy to you, why on earth did you start blogging?”
I may not feel like the best writer, but I do enjoy journaling. I encourage myself to write in order to keep my thoughts organized (and also vent a little). However, there are those days (today as a matter of fact) when the words just are not flowing like I would like them to. I’m learning to be ok with that.
Even when I struggle to make myself write something, anything each day, the process of training myself to sit in my favorite place in the house tends to spark creativity on its own.
If there is anyone who would like to either start to write, improve their writing, or even just test the waters in journaling, you need to train your body to physically get to that place (for me it’s at home) where you know you need to write. Just keep showing up.
I encourage you to read every single day, if you can. Read anything you can get your hands on whether it be the back of your cereal box, a newspaper, a blog post, or a novel.
Some days, you’ll have a Microsoft Word document full of your very own conversations you’ve documented between yourself and your cat. But, then you’ll have days so good that you’ll want to prance around in your underwear because you know you are the worlds most amazing writer. As the saying going, “Not every day is good, but there is good in every day.”
Don’t wait for inspirations to come to you. Go in search for your own inspirations. Life is too sweet to wait for good things to come to you.