“Doubt is not a pleasant condition, but certainty is absurd.” – Voltaire
Did I motor through the “To Do” list on Monday, somehow knowing my body would fall prey to a virus on Tuesday? Gahhhh! My son and I snuggled up in bed and watched kids movies all day with a couple of naps for good measure.
Here I am several days later writing a post for a daily blog wondering why I bother taking the time out every day to do this. I don’t promote this blog. I don’t share it with my friends or family. And all it takes is another illness to set me back three, four, or five days which means a crazy amount of writing.
Hmmm. A crazy amount of writing. Yes, that’s it. I wanted to sit down at some point in my day every day and celebrate the mundane and profanely insane things that happen. Because I’m 39 and will one day turn 40. Because I’ve started a number of little side blog projects but never stuck with one consistently. And because I want to be doing a crazy amount of writing because it’s what I love to do.
How do you process and confront your doubts and fears?