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Sunday, December 29th, 2002: Today my motivation to write comes from my website.  I launched my writing website today and I am motivated to write today so that I have accomplishments to write about on my website today and add to my progress section.  Want some motivation? Make a writing website! It's easy now with site designers like geocities.com, tripod.com, angelfire.com, etc.  Put put on your website information about yourself, the writings you are working on and get feedback from your visitors.  To get traffic to your website raid writing message boards by searching for writing boards on www.ezboard.com and have a link on message boards to your website. 

Monday, December 30th, 2002: I will write today because I want to create another life.  The life of a person.  So that I can manipulate it the way I want to and make that person find him or her self though the plot that I create. 

Wednesday, January 1st, 2003: Today is the beginning of not just new year, but it is the start of my new year's resolution of writing 15 pages a week.  With classes approaching I know I'll have little time to write, but I want to make some kind of goal in writing, or I don't think I'll progress steadily, plus, I know I wont have time ever day to write so I compromised.  One of my new year's resolutions in to write 15 pages a week

Saturday, January 4th, 2003: My motivation to write today comes from the freedom of the weekend.  It is the weekend and after work on Thursday and Friday I'm glad to finally write and there is no way I am giving up this opportunity to write. 

Tuesday, January 7th, 2003: I want to write today because I bought a new book called "A Writer's Book of Days" by Judy Reeves which includes tips on writing and writing prompts for everyday so that you make sure you do what writer's do: write. 

Thursday, January 9th, 2003: Yesterday I couldn't think much about my stories.  But today I woke up early and just sat and began to think about one isolated story and suddenly it came to me how I should continue.  So I sat and forced myself to write.  My motivation to write today is due to the fact that if I just make myself sit and think about a story an idea will appear.  So if you're having trouble thinking about how to start and continue a story, just sit, relax, clear your mind and devote your brain to thinking about your story for a few minutes in time.  It may really be that simple. 

Sunday, December 4, 2005: My motivation to write comes from my rejuvenated imagination.  For two to three years it's been latent, and today, as I browse through this website created when I was a teenager, I remember the fun-filled days past. 

Sunday, January 29, 2006: "Keep doing what you do, and don't stop" seems like the most appropriate saying to tell myself this morning.  I read many books, I learn many new things in a day (lately it's been science), and I experience many situations in a day.  Sometimes I tell myself its not important to write down my thoughts and feelings, I hinder myself from doing so because I feel it's more important to gain knowledge.  This is only a detriment to my own personality.  If I feel the compulsion to write, I must, without cause. 

Friday, August 3rd, 2006- Redefinition

Since 2002, this website has been my home base because I've defined myself as a writer since no other career could comprise all of my myriad of interests, thoughts, and careers.  I defined myself as quiet, thoughtful, insightful, creative, eccentric, intelligent, wordy, a narrative writer, an observer and an intellectual.  Writers observe and tell humanity what they see.  Since my transformation into an ENTP personality type, I find that a writer is not all of me.  No does it define my indefinitely.  I've completed 1 novel, started several serial fan fiction works, and am currently composing my life as a business student, entrepreneur, pop princess, and many others through blogs.  In the end, a writer is not me any longer.  I continue to write, but I'm becoming more of a knowledge seeker and do-er. 

 

 


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