Happy Wednesday

I had great intentions of typing up all kinds of brilliant posts to share this weekend.  And in my defense, I might have followed through on my intentions but I was totally exhausted from working on the projects (that I still need to post about :)).  Monday evening I sat on the couch to dream up what to write about, and fell asleep.  At 8pm.  I didn’t wake up until 7:30am the next day.  It was glorious.  Last night, I meant to sit down and type up something amazing.  The words didn’t come.

That happens sometimes- writer’s block.  It’s not so bad.  I spent 4 years through college in the school of Journalism, where my classes were all about writing, plus I had to write all those regular pesky college papers.  Words are fantastic- when they come.  When they don’t?  Just breathe and take a break.  Walk away and find something that inspires you and conjures up an emotion deep down in you- then write.  Write about sunsets and babies and the smell of spring.  Write about the way a dogs tail wags or the way the bees swarm in and out of the bushes- all synchronized and beautiful, yet terrifying (to me!).  Write about an open field with a blue sky and perfect white clouds and the sun beating down gently- lulling you to sleep, one slow eyelash flutter after another.

Most of all- write about what you love.

As a professor once said- don’t think of writing as a chore but rather an illicit affair you get to steal away with every day.  Oh la  la! 🙂

I digress.  The point is I was up early this morning, sitting at the computer- putting together a post and it wasn’t good.  The thing is, I spend a lot of time on projects and photographs and I want the final product to reflect all those hours and efforts- not to be thrown together when I am so tired that my vision is blurred and I am just thinking of how to say the most simple sentence without sounding…simple.

The point is- this is my post for today.  This is where I am at.  Tomorrow, I have something I am excited to share but I want to share it well. You all deserve the best.

Happy Wednesday my friends!

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Tania Griffis is an accomplished writer, blogger, and interior designer with a Journalism degree from the University of Oklahoma. She started her popular blog, Run to Radiance, in 2011, demonstrating her design expertise through the personal remodeling of six houses to millions of readers across the globe.

Tania also owns The Creative Wheelhouse, a respected ghostwriting agency for bloggers, further showcasing her talent for creating engaging and informative content.

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