I know I’m still pretty amateur at everything I do (writing, drawing etc.) and I know that it’s fine for now, still I feel like I’m stuck. It is not a coincidence that I didn’t really show up here or anywhere else. Okay, I was on my holiday for a week and of course I had a lot of things to do, a lot of people to meet so -I think it’s a good excuse- I didn’t write or draw anything. I took some pics though. (Our garden at home is magical!)
I’m trying to get back to my creativity and enthusiasm but the thing is I don’t know where to start. I want everything at the same time which means I’m not doing anything. So I’m making a schedule. Today at 3 PM I’m going to write something. (Not my novel though because I ended up not liking the story that I’d planned…not a big surprise I guess.) At about 5 PM I’ll switch to drawing. Or at least let’s hope that I’ll do so. Also I’m going to add a creative activity to every day in my calender and train my willpower to keep it.
In the meantime I should try and meet some friends whom I haven’t seen for ages but that takes time. I really don’t feel like spending every evening alone though, especially now that I’m back from home and I feel a bit lonely. Which I know will pass soon as it always does. So let’s rearrange my life!
The Hunger Games, a big hit both in the cinemas and in the book stores. But all I can say is that I hate it.
I hate how reading the trilogy takes all my time from other things.
I hate how I know I should wait until next day I get on the tube to read it but I just can’t resist.
I hate I feel guilty not writing. I hate I stopped drawing.
I hate that I watched the film and, even though I do agree that it’s not as good as the books are, I can’t seem to understand why people say “they made a Twilight movie out of it” when I honestly can’t see any resemblance? (Would it be the “love triangle”? But it’s completely different. She’s not crazy about either of them….)
I hate that I don’t have an Ipod or any other device which would help me to listen to its soundtrack on the go.
I hate that I want to write something with the same effect on people but I doubt that I can.
I hate that it limits my freedom of being.
So I decided to get over with it as soon as possible.