I wish I could get motivated to move in any area. It’s past noon and I’ve only begun to write this post which I should of had finished this morning. I’ve kept up on reading the blogs I am subscribed to and one of which yanks me toward organization, motivation, and productivity. I like this blog and wish I could be more like this blogger. Today her post was about her plans for being productive in the month of March.
I became overwhelmed… March already? The coming of spring and new beginnings. What better time to begin a new way of life? I can begin an organized productive one (I blew off the New Year) so it’s time, once again to try.
As I am generally resistant of change and freely write protesting conformity, in the name of change, here are my 5 bullets to March: My Willingness to Change.
Below, I have “March” defined 1-3, March | Define March at Dictionary.com and the bullets to how it relates to my writing…
march 1 (märch) v.intr.
a. To walk steadily and rhythmically forward in step with others.
- As I have found company with others moving steadily forward in their writing adventures, I wish to progress in the same manner.
b. To begin to move in such a manner: The troops will march at dawn.
- Each day, as with the dawn I wish to move, to write, to progress with my fellow writers.
a. To proceed directly and purposefully: marched in and demanded to see the manager.
- To write purposefully, not only post to my blog, but open the document of my memoir.
b. To progress steadily onward; advance: Time marches on.
- I wish to advance in my writing: adding new without getting caught up with editing.
a. To be arranged in an orderly fashion that suggests steady rhythmical progression.
- As on my last times of advancement in memoir writing, before closing the document, note where to go to next.