7.13.2011

Time Management

I admire a writer who sticks to a plan and doesn't make excuses.



In short, I admire those who do.

Too often, we justify away our reasons to be creative. We rationalize our decisions to do everything and anything but the thing we know in our hearts will be the most satisfying. I'm writing this for myself, more than for anyone that might read it, as a reminder to remain true to those activities, whether it's a long run in the heat of the day or a marathon session at the word processor.

And so for you, whether you're planting a garden or making a key lime pie or writing a poem or sitting at your desk, working out the best way to sell flood insurance to coastal farmers in Tillamook County, there is no time like the present...

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