by June Shaw
A whole new year was given to us. Most of us have choices with what we do with it. Those of us in the writing profession normally need to decide how we will use our time. Will we devote a certain amount of time each day or week to writing?
Will we piddle away time we could spend writing doing other tasks--like checking email, Facebook, Twitter, and all the other online place that steal our minutes and hours? Or will we make a decision that we'll spend our time wisely?
Will you start something new?
Will you complete a book, join a critique group, polish work you've completed, and send it out?
Or will you let the new days and months given to you slip away as you may have done in years past?
How about making a decision? You can call it a resolution or not, maybe just a goal. You will write every for a certain amount of time--before you check social media. You will complete your work-in-progress by a certain time and then get readers. Or affirm that you'll get something published in 2015, no matter what.
I'd love to know what you are deciding to do to get your work out there more this year.
Best of luck!