Maybe You Won’t Know Where You ‘Fit’ Until You’re Already There


Check out this insightful post from the Novelty Revisions blog that reminds us that Maybe You Won’t Know Where You ‘Fit’ Until You’re Already There

Novelty Revisions

There are a lot of “mind blocks” that keep writers from writing.

Worrying about “finding their fit” is just one of them.

Some days I am still tempted to toss everything aside so I “have time” to “think about what I want” and “figure out where I belong.” It’s not uncommon for a writer to want to stop until everything settles down or they finally feel like they have a better handle on what they want out of their writing life.

But guess what I don’t do? I don’t toss everything aside. I don’t hit the pause button (no more than the average evening or weekend hiatus). I don’t stop trying because I’m not sure which direction I’m heading.

I just keep writing and paying attention to my surroundings and making the most of where I’m at as I shift my focus away from things that aren’t worth my time…

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