Getting Unstuck

In my last post, I complained about feeling “stuck” so instead of spending the month of November diving into NaNoWriMo, I’ll be diving head-first into finding ways to get myself “unstuck”.

When I say “unstuck”, I mean finding a concrete and meaningful way to challenge myself towards personal growth, better self-care and increased contentment.

It’s time to make myself a priority.

I’m convinced that if I can do this, my efforts will help me to find my writing mojo.

In my last post, some of you mentionned feeling “stuck’ too so this is a sneak peak of what I am working on…

I did not “create” the themes pictured above.

They are from a book that was very, very, very popular back in the mid 1990s. (If you know where they are from, you get a gold star! 🙂 )

I think I know where I am going with this little project now that I have posted them in such a visual way on my kitchen wall.

I also think that it would be amazing to get “unstuck” together with others who want to do the same based on these themes.

If you are interested, check back once in a while to see what’s up and feel free to voice your interest in the comment box.

See you soon,

M xoxo

10 thoughts on “Getting Unstuck

  1. Interesting. I think focusing on one thing each month is a great idea (if that is, in fact, what you will be doing). One of my constant problems is trying to tackle and “fix” everything at once. I get overwhelmed and accomplish nothing. I’m always being told to slow down, take things one small step at a time, and other such things. I have yet to find my way to do that…

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    1. Yup, one month at a time because i can’t handle more than that…🤷🏿‍♀️ But I’ll be starting a early to brainstorm a few ideas (and i truly mean a “few”) ahead of time to i can eliminate most and focus on what will be most beneficial. I will DM so that you can see if it interests you. 💜

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    2. I have that same trouble. Even after reading Atomic Habits–it did work for a month, I went right back to not concentrating on my morning habits. That’s okay because I can always pick it up again I suppose. Good luck to you.

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