holding myself accountable.

I already have a blog.  It’s called Pardon the Clutter, and I update it when I have the patience.  I already have a blog!  So now I’m suppose to keep track of two?  Alright fine.

I’m a twenty something girl living in LA, who moved here for the purpose of writing, but somehow forgot how to.  Brilliant.  All of the years of schooling, earning my Bachelors in Playwriting, and I can’t rub two sentences together to save my life.  Just shoot me now, writing gods.  I know you want to.

This blog is intended to keep track of writing projects; a log book of sorts to track my progress.  I have two project ideas circulating around, but have I even begun to start? Seriously?  But, it’s time.  I’m holding myself accountable.  Because if I won’t hold my own hand, who will…?  Huh?

But this isn’t just about me.  This is about anyone out there in the world struggling with a place to start, and trying to find the stamina to finish.  This is about you, too.

So in the spirit of community, I invite all those writers with big ideas and no hands to hold to following along on my journey back to the writing board, or computer…board.  And share your experience with tackling the overbearing monster living in your head.

My other blog, pardontheclutter.tumblr.com, airs out many of my grievances with stupidity, delves into the silly nonsense of the everyday, and has no reason at all.  Oh, and maybe something about travel something something my life something something photography.  So check that out too.  I promise I’ll make it more about travel something than nonsense.

Okay, let’s go write.

About C.P.

I'm a writer of sorts, trying to figure it all out. View all posts by C.P.

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