I’ve been thinking a lot lately. And Davidson has helped me with his insights.
Until recently I was obsessed with living in USA. It’s always been a dream of mine to live abroad. And maybe the fact that the entrepreneurship culture was born there influenced me to live with like-minded people.
When reading through some of my old blog posts, I’m always like, “ah… that wasn’t so bad.” But then I’m like, “OMG… so much anger in my texts.” Although I still agree with the gist of my old posts, I don’t agree with the tone I used.
When people ask me what I’m doing nowadays, I feel uneasy and I still find it quite difficult to say that I write books.
I’ve been away from my blog for some time. And before deciding getting back at it, I could hear once again this little voice in my head asking, “Are you sure writing is for you?”
Although I don’t have all the answers (yet), I believe everything will fall into place with time.
I asked Davidson (actually I was more asking myself) if I should try to write informative books or if I should just stick to my style. Because the 2 books I started this year, they’re definitely informative. And while I was in this train of thoughts, it made me think if I really wanted to write those books or if it’s just to say: “Here! I wrote books that are not diaries.”
Once corporate girl
Now an author and a mom
Life is good indeed.
I’m not motivated to write every day. And more often than not, I struggle to find my words. Sometimes I even get envious of captions I read on Instagram because it’s written in very good English (meaning better than mine). But I know this is only in my head.
I’m writing whenever I can. Like right now, while the baby is asleep. And I’ll write as much as I can until my eyes can’t take it anymore or when the baby wakes up for some mama’s milk. Sometimes I manage to write 3 or 4 posts in a row. And sometimes I’m just writing dumb stuff that will remain drafts. I don’t really know where this will get me but, so far, I’m enjoying my journey as a mama/author/writer very much.