. It’s a matter of putting pen to paper or hands to keys… and writing whatever comes. It doesn’t have to be good, or even legible. It just has to be there.
5 Things I Learned While Writing My First Novel
Maya Sokolovski

Completely agree!, many a time it’s important to have an end goal in sight, but it’s isn’t healthy to be too fixated on it either.

What’s more important is to stick your head in the mud and keep pushing even when the going gets tough and the end product seems ever so distant. Have faith, keep pounding.

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