Writing Journal 6.19.2021: Sick of the inertia

[OBLIGATORY PHOTO NOTE: This was the only image that popped up when I did a Pexel search for “Inertia.” You’re welcome.]

Again, another ridiculously unproductive week. Whenever I get a second and care enough about it, I’m going to check the last three or so years of my writing journals to see if I experienced a letdown during the weeks after I got done with the school year. To be honest, I always have the feeling of wanting to bug out for at least the first few weeks.

About the only thing that I can brag up is that this week is better than last week, but when last week was the second-worst productive writing week I had all year, that’s honestly not a high bar to climb.

I need to write a lot more.

I owe everyone at least two different Writer’s biography entries, and maybe one more on top of that. I’ll try and space them out over the next two weeks, but they are overdue. You’ve been hearing me hint at this stuff for so long, it is time to produce.

Hopefully I do better this week. I’m just thankful I got to this relatively on time and not at the last minute like I did a couple weeks back.

Anyway, here’s the stats. Enjoy and have a laugh. Writers, please keep writing, and everyone keep safe.

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Writing statistics for the week ending 6.12.2021:
+1,233 words written.
Days writing: 3 of 7.
Days revising/planning: 1 of 7 for  30 total minutes.
Daily Writing Goals Met (500+ words or 30 minutes of planning/revisions): 2 of 7 days.

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