There is no time. If I had my way, I would be writing my book 24/7. However, I don’t have a publishing contract yet, and I have bills, so I need to work. I need to wash my dishes. I need to go to physical therapy twice a week. I need (and want) to spend time with my family and friends. So, there is no time.
- This blog entry about my book is two days late, but it’s done, and I’m still sticking to my 52-blog challenge.
- People are interested in what I have to say. This week, I received legitimate comments on a blog entry for the first time in a couple years! Additionally, one of my sister’s friends starting following me on Twitter, and expressed that she is really looking forward to my book.
- It doesn’t matter when the book gets done; it just matters that it gets done. This is pretty much my life’s work, and I’m a winner as long as I finish. I’m demonstrating a strong commitment to a project that is important to me.
- All of my hard work is not in vain; if I can affect one person with my book, I have succeeded.