When You Feel Disconnected From Your Writing

I never stopped writing since I published my second book: An Inspired Life: A 30-Day Devotional Journey. However, I still feel disconnected ...

I never stopped writing since I published my second book: An Inspired Life: A 30-Day Devotional Journey. However, I still feel disconnected from the reality of doing it. Did you feel the same way? As an unexpected day off came up, I've got to use it wisely. I found out that it is not an unusual feeling. In fact, you could easily get lost especially when you are doing more than one thing at a time or multi-tasking. The good thing is, if it's easy to lose track, it is also easy to get back on track. It means you just need to reconnect and that happens instantly as you start doing it. But why do we need to feel that way and what to do with it? 

1. Decide! Although it's not that easy, think about what you are going to benefit when you do it. Today, with what's going on with coronavirus, the city schools have closed. This did not sadden me. Instead, it gave me the opportunity to reconnect and get back to my writing. Of course, meditation is my first thing first. Prayer, with His Word is power! Don't miss it! Meditate, reflect, pray. They always go together.

2. Journal. Journaling is fun and makes life peaceful. I'm sure you do, too. Each day I try as much as I can but if I miss a day or two, no worries. I can make it up the following day. For as long as you are on task or occupied with daily routine, journal can wait until you do it. I do this every time I finish on something or after each task. It depends on you. Like driving a car, you are the driver, the boss!

3. Plan and organize your day. It clears up the mind. Oh, how I love planning each day. I may not accomplish everything I planned out for the day, but doing it daily refreshes my commitment for the day. Organizing your day is part of it. It's a big task though, but if you do it first in thoughts, it makes it easier to journal later. It's like having an idea or ideas in the mind before writing it down.

4. Outline your plans and ideas. Outlining is the best guide in writing but if I have too much of it, they become clutter everywhere. I have to be choosy on what to include that's why I spend so much time thinking before putting into paper- to avoid clutter. Take your time but use it wisely. Only outline the best ones.

5. Write! Yes, writing is beneficial and a healthy habit. I do it for different reasons and I take it everywhere I go. The more I write, the more I want, and the more I want, the more I choose on what I would write. This makes me live my best life. And, that's when I'm with God, every time I write. Next time, I'm going to write all the reasons I have, what I'm learning and going to learn. 

Writing is having something to write but you have to decide, make commitment, journal, plan, outline and so on! Make sure you enjoy what and when you write. Feeling may not be consistent but if it's tied with the principles, it lightens and brightens your day. So, if you feel disconnected, it tells you 
something- make a better day and the right way!



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When You Feel Disconnected From Your Writing
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