I am fucking tired.

Part two in an unfortunate series involving Comicpalooza.

Today I worked a very long day, and while it was a productive day and I got a lot done, I am exhausted with very little energy.

I started working on a blog that I am sure I will become happy with, but it needs further research and writing.

I am fine tuning my short story before I post it, and that is my nearest to complete project to post.

I need to write up a blog so I can schedule one, and continue to build my blog base, and my own personal habit of blogging.  I don’t know what my own personal rhythm will be yet, but I figure a few weeks into it I will figure it out, so in the meantime, doing one Monday – Friday at least would be wise. Sure, I don’t think I will do this every week, for the rest of my blogging life, but doing this for a few weeks allows me to build my voice, habit, and style.

But I am fucking exhausted. I mean it, I am truly exhausted. This week is very busy at week, I have been working on several projects, I have been working on Flake City, and I haven’t slept much either. All in all, I am exhausted. But I don’ want to let myself down, I don’t want to fail to have a blog, I want to make a choice to post three times a week, or whatever. I want to make a choice on my blog, versus letting life just kick me in the ass, and my blog takes the hit.

I have committed to scheduling a blog every weekday, for around 8:30 AM the next morning, so I am determined to stick to it.

Yes, work was long. I was there late, my brain was kind of mush, I didn’t have lunch, I ate dinner around 10:00 PM. It is now nearly midnight, and I want to get up at 5:00 AM to stick to my early rising schedule. So, how do I make this happen? I simply do.

What lessons can I draw from this experience?

There are a few lessons one can draw from this, but I choose to focus on this one: It is important to dig deep and do the thing. There is also a diminishing return when someone is exhausted.

So, load the bong, hit it a few times, write a quick blog, and reflect on the lessons that can be learned.

But don’t force it.

Even small victories are victories.

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Abbi

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