I had the pleasure of visiting California recently to attend a conference. The concept was that, while I attended the conference during the day, I would continue my writing during the night (and early mornings) just like what I normally do at home in sweet Trinidad and Tobago.
It would be like I never left. Easy enough, right?
Except, I was not at home. I did leave.
I was in an entirely different country. And because of that, I did absolutely no writing at all.
Have you ever experienced this? Is travelling and writing (or any other hobby, exercise maybe) a problem?
It is for me. I know because this isn’t the first time I’ve tried.
Why Can’t I Travel and Write?
For me, the problem happens because there’s too much action going on. The conference had all these after hour social events, […]
It’s amazing what you learn at the Barbershop. It can range from what’s the real purpose of a goatee to the best way to discipline your kids.
The most recent and surprising lesson I learned was about writing.
While going through the annoying and almost fortnightly process of getting a haircut, my barber reminded me of a rule that was long lost in history: an object at rest needs more force to move than an object in motion.
How this reminder came up is a long story, and beside the point. It got me thinking about circuit boards and centripetal forces and equations that jump over each other. And somehow writing snuck in there.
Have you been struggling to get back in the writing zone? Is the thought of writing more painful than cooking for your mother-in-law?
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