The Only Rule I follow
Every day I sit at my desk. Stare at the blank white screen. Watching how the cursor blink. I breathe. I don’t want to write. I don’t have the energy to put words together. I have a creative block. I just want to lay in my bed and watch movies. I stood up, but my brain whispered in my ears:
“Write even if you feel like it.”
It is a very useful reminder for me. Even if I feel lazy or tired. I let myself write anything. I let myself go with the flow, whatever my brain wants to create. I write about what happened that day — Regrets, happiness, anxiety, and sadness. It is like therapy and the time for me to reflect.
Before I go to bed. I read everything I write. I find one good sentence that can lead me to write one article. At the end of the day, I realized that I can write anytime I want. I’m the one preventing myself not to.