Writing True — Day 1

The hardest part in writing, aside from showing your vulnerability to the world, is admitting your flaws. Today’s day 1 of writing true assignment is laying down your luggage. And wow it took me awhile to swallow my pride and write down my fears and apprehensions. So here goes:

  1. I don’t even know where to begin even after several attempts to brainstorm ideas.
  2. I seem to know a lot of words but I can’t put them into writing. (or maybe I know a lot?- see? self-doubting at its finest!)
  3. I want to celebrate writing as a form of art but I usually settle with the norm and what normally sells.
  4. I want to impress people with my writing which makes me overthink ending up not writing at all. :(
  5. And even if I write anything I fear that people will judge me through my writing.
  6. My grammar is an issue.
  7. I need a writing habit. I usually write out of necessity.
  8. I’ve started so many blogs before ending up not updating them. Worst, deleting them.

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Nami Island, South Korea
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