While I’m pretty sure I don’t have ADD, I do tend to be easily distracted (thanks Internet!). I’m going to try to integrate the advice in this post into my writing life, and I wanted to share it 🙂
Right now I’m teaching a new series about going pro (check it out below this post—recordings and notes included with purchase). One key difference between the amateur and the professional is the professional shows up no matter what. Life will not stop because we have a dream of being a NYTBSA.
In August, I managed to nearly break my ankle (needed X-rays & brace) find out I was highly allergic to peanuts (nearly died…met new doctor & she seems nice), then have said evil peanut allergic reaction give me a spiffy case of FREAKING Shingles (two super fun-filled trips to the ER).
***THIS is what I get for bragging that I haven’t had to go to a doctor in YEARS. *lightning crackles*
Through all of this? No, I wasn’t operating optimally (or heavy equipment), but pain meds can give cool dreams so I kept…
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