I’ve been an author for about five years now. I’ve taken December completely off from author-related tasks every one of those years – including writing and social media. Of course, back then, I had a full-time job and the occasional victim (I mean, lover) to deal with, but as of this year, I’ve streamlined my life.
I’m single (well, except for being married to Selina 🙄😂), and loving it.
I’m retired, and enjoying all the free time I have to pursue my creative endeavors.
In other words, I basically author full-time now.
So when December started to roll around, I found myself, for the first time ever, in a unique situation: what would I do with all my free time? I don’t have a job that stresses and drains me anymore. I don’t have a time-hogging lover to placate. And I already spend a ton of time with my friends and family, so much so that they get sick of me (my big brother stays getting spider monkeyed for the slightest offense). All playing aside, I’m proud to say I’ve learned to balance everything important to me.
So… what would I do with an entire month? Although technically my job now, writing is really something I do more out of passion than anything else, so could I go an entire month without writing anything? Without putting on my author hat even once?
The answer: no. I made it exactly three days.
At least I tried. 😂😭
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