I am very pleased right now to be sitting in a clean, organized, sorted room. Now that might not seem like a big deal to you, but you see last week I decided to go through my whole room, including dumping out junk drawers, etc… And then soon after I started, we began a huge project at work, and that consumed all of my time, which left me with a messy room that was very detrimental to my inspiration streak. It’s clean now, though, so I’m good.
|My writing area, with Novel sitting on my chair.
You can see my printer, dry erase board, etc…
Having everything clean again is making me very happy, because I have a ton of editing that I still need to do (basically, I’ve barely started), and it’s so much easier to edit in a clean room. Probably because I’m not looking around, telling myself that I should be working on something else. I’ve also found that editing in the middle of the night is a good way to stay focused. There isn’t much going on (around here at least) at 2:00 or 3:00 a.m. Sometimes I just randomly wake up hours after I’ve gone to sleep and I get an hour or so of editing done then, and sometimes I just stay up late.
So, you might be wondering by now what all of that ^ has to do with the title of this post Burn The Boats, and that actually goes along with the movie that I have uploaded below. It’s one of those stories that really inspired me when I first heard it. I hope y’all like it!