Today’s prompt comes from 100 Inspirational Journal Prompts by Melissa Bolton @ The Mogul Mom
And as from yesterday, this also comes from my death bed. Yes, I still feel like I am dying. And yes, I know that’s not true. So with what little time I am awake, I am trying to schedule a few of these ahead of time because I am taking a complete break from all of this over the weekend to hopefully heal. So onward to this prompt while my brain is semi-functioning….
A goal you’ve been putting off. What’s stopping you?
I have several writing goals that I keep putting on the back burner. One of them involves a vampire story that I eventually want to complete. It’s the story of a 600-year-old vampiress. Lots of intricate details need to be worked out, which means it will be tedious. I’ve been shelving it for years now.
Another writing goal is to edit two novellas, maybe put them on .pdf and make them available in their entirety as a book. Again, this would be tedious work and I would have to learn some technical stuff.
And my last writing goal is to finish the binders that contain some of my writing and include recent work from the last two years. More tedious work.
I keep shelving all of these because they require a lot of attention and painstaking busyness that I just don’t have the energy for these days. I think I need a secretary.
5 thoughts on “The Daily Me (Journal) Goals – 12/02/2016”
I’m so sorry to hear you are still so unwell. Hopefully a restful weekend will see you turn the corner – sending you lots of ***love and healing ***
Thanks, Raili. I am feeling a bit better. Chest isn’t as heavy and the coughing has lessened some.. still tired though 😦
I had something like that a few months back. It’s awful!
Oh dear hun.. it really is awful. I did feel like I was dying.. scary stuff.
I was armchair bound for several weeks. Couldn’t lie down ‘cos i couldn’t breathe. Couldn’t walk more than a few steps without having to stop to catch my breath. The coughing, as you say, was the worst. Relentless, painful. Good that you’re recovering.