Practice Makes Perfect

Well, I don't ever expect to be perfect, but each time I struggle to start a new story, I seem to forget that once I get into the habit again of writing daily, it gets easier and easier. The words flow faster with each day that passes. The story reveals itself as I write and I don't have to worry so much about it. I WANT to get to the keyboard and take my characters farther along their journey.

It's the same with exercise. The hardest part is showing up. Once I get in the habit of working out every day, it's easier to do again tomorrow. I WANT to do it again. I feel better when I do. And it's harder if I let a few days go by.

So tell my why I let days go by without exercising. Why I don't pull up my current wip for several days in a row? Maybe it's just human nature to procrastinate. Or maybe it's just me.

I'm happy to report I'm rolling right along with my writing right now. Unfortunately, it's taking me a little longer to get back on the exercise track.

How about you?

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