Writing: Take Time Out for Inspiration.

Since I commenced study back in February, I have found myself snowed under with the workload (hence the slackness with my blog).  As I have never studied three subjects a semester before, I am finding it quite difficult to cope with.   It has got to the stage where I am now studying practically seven days a week, day and night.  Why so much?  I’m afraid I feel that in order to get good marks, I have a tendency to put in more than is required of me.  This workload has got to me at times that I have considered giving up, but I know that what all I really need is a break.

During these school holidays and in the midst of writing up an essay, I have managed to take some ‘time out’.  This has given me time to reflect in order to persevere until the end of May when my studies will be over for this year (and it’s not that far away now).

I’ve managed to find some inspiration from some of these quotes.  I hope you do too!

 

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6 thoughts on “Writing: Take Time Out for Inspiration.

  1. Hi Debbie,
    Glad you’re taking time out from study to become inspired with your writing. We all need to do that as writers, as that’s when creativity comes. Happy writing :))

  2. Thanks Karen. Looking forward to finishing my next assignment so I can find more inspiration when undertaking a certain special project. ;))

  3. I can fully understand the writing and school work issue. I struggle with it myself. Although I do believe that the school load differs from semester to semester, it does for me at least, depending on the teacher.
    Good luck to you!

  4. Thanks Karin. I’m looking forward to having a short break before getting back into it. Best of luck to you too!

  5. New follower here, via the campaign. I think there is a slight difference between a beta reader and a critique partner, at least in some people’s minds (this actually gives me an idea for a blog post). Anyway, I’ll post my thoughts on this today–come visit my site! http://www.gailshepherd.blogspot.com. Good to meet you, Debbie!

  6. Hi Gail. Thanks for stopping by. Thanks for your thoughts regarding beta readers and critique partners. I look forward to reading about it on your blog.

    It’s good to meet you too! 🙂

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