Can we create space (time) for stuff that is important? Can we?! Can we take imperfect action, like the photo here, blurry and has the time stamp on it because the crop feature is apparently on strike? Can we?! Why don’t we every day of our lives? I know, I know, but seriously, t’ink about this.
The question for day 7 of the blog challenge is what imperfect action will I start tomorrow that can help move my life forward. I’m going with a morning writing routine. It sounds so fun! To sit with my coffee and toast in the quiet and be creative! Why not? What have I to lose?
Maybe morning thoughts and creations are different than other-time thoughts and creations.
I truly would not know. But soon I will. I will know that. And that will be helpful to know.
I would love to see what life feels like if I sit and write in the morning. Sitnwrite-time. Will the rest of my day feel different? I have project ideas and speeches to write and this content needs only one thing, its own time slot.
Now, let’s be honest. If we write for twenty minutes a day for a month, will that produce much? Meh, probably not. But hang on! It just may give me enough momentum to want to write longer or at other times. You know the “just-put-the-sneakers-on-you-dont-have-to-go-running” trick we play to get ourselves out the door (if that’s your thing)? Like that. And if not, well, we will have information. No harm done.
This blog post is in response to Natalie’s 10 Day Freedom Plan Blog Challenge Day 7