Wednesday, 1 October 2008

Write on Wednesday ... Feelin Groovy'

Becca asks ... How about you? Do you find yourself moving too fast through life? What’s your favorite way to moodle and make the mornin’ last? How does slowing down affect your creativity?

Too fast ... what on earth is that?

Lately I've been searching and asking those I know where do I apply for more hours in the day? Seriously there's not enough for me what with the twelve lane highway zooming through my head coming up with more projects, ideas, places to go and people to see.

I don't move too fast. I tend to amble, at sometimes a steady, sometimes a manic pace, depending on the mood or weather, perpetually with the time is not on my side problem.

My developed morning bad habit is tea and toast in front of this darn screen, reading, answering emails which inevitably puts me off kilter, adds more congestion to highway so the already 'organised' day ahead and the 'moodling' invariably transforms to 'muddling'.

Slowing down has never effected my creativity ... if only. It's not the slowing down that's the problem, when I slow I sleep, as I said ... the dreaded lack of time is the one and only problem.

The answers have all been heard, tried and discarded ... routine, roster, timeframe, schedule ... words I use, offer as advice, but have not one iota's chance of putting them to work in my feelin' groovy day!

So ... why swap bliss for the norm?

Nah, I'll saunter at my pace, prioritising if necessary, always feelin' groovy!


Becca said...

Everybody has to find the pace that works for them - as long as you're feelin' groovy, that's the main thing!

grrl+dog said...

Hello redness, nice to have you pop over... I see you are down for Judy's class in November.. me too! Hope we get the numbers.

BK said...

You never get enough but you get what you get and that's all. Sounds like you are actually doing well with your time...I might not have the tea and toast but I match your early morning in every other way...

westcobich said...

You totally have the right idea: saunter at your own pace.

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