This month for the Insecure Writer’s Support Group, I thought I’d join in on the fun for the optional question. The question being: – how would you describe your future writer self, your life, what it looks and feels like if you were living the dream?
Firstly, if I were able to live my writing dream, I would be living off my writing, my husband could finally retire (his dream in life) and we would buy/build our dream home in Tasmania. This dream home would consist of a few acres and preferably (for me, at least), be near the coast so I can go for long walks along the beach, swim, and listen to the sound of waves crashing upon the shore as I go to sleep at night.
Gone will be the days of having my desk set up between the living room and the kitchen because my dream home would also consist of a suitable office. Of-course this room will have a gorgeous view, complete with window seat, to help my muse find inspiration (okay, daydream), and where I will no doubt leave papers scattered everywhere so that I can just leave them ready for the next day and close the door. No interruptions!
I would be able to afford trips around the country and overseas whenever I felt the need to explore, research and meet new people. My ideal destinations are too numerous to go into detail here, but I think you get the idea.
And of course, I wouldn’t be able to afford such a lifestyle if I wasn’t a prolific, nationally and internationally bestselling indie author. 😉
How would you describe your future writer self? What would your life look and feel like if you were living the dream?
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14 thoughts on “IWSG: Living the Dream.”
My future writer self would have a better desk! Seriously. My desk is in a cold corner in the winter, and even during the summer the chair is too uncomfortable to sit in for very long. I know I should move the desk and get a better chair now, but I’m having trouble spending the money on a venture that doesn’t make any money (well, at least not yet!).
I’m sorry to hear that Priscilla and I hope you manage to get an upgrade real soon. I know what you mean, though, for it’s only fairly recently that I’ve got a new (standing) desk and a new chair. My husband bought them both, knowing how important writing is to me, so I consider myself very lucky.
If I have too much of a view, I’d never get anything done. 🙂
I do love having my own little office and being able to close the door on my mess. Although, there’s glass/windows in the doors so not sure how well that actually works. 🙂
Hi Madeline. I don’t know how much writing I’d get done either with a good view. Perhaps, I’d need to record my ideas as they came to me. It might be quicker! 😉
This sounds like a great dream! Fingers crossed you make it a reality. How amazing would that be?
Love your gifs and captions LOL.
Thanks, Julie. Yes, I’d really love this dream to come true. It would be wonderful! 😉
An awesome, most enjoyable dream, Debbie! I hope it comes true! Love the Tom Hanks gif ~ LOL! I write at my kitchen counter between the kitchen and the breakfast nook. I have a study, but I’ve found I like being in the middle of everything. Happy writing in December!
Thank you! I’d love to have a study, but I think now the kids are finally used to seeing me sitting at my desk. Once I put those headphones on and start tapping madly upon the keyboard, they recognise I’m not to be disturbed. 😉 Thanks for stopping by and happy writing to you, too!
That sounds lovely. Let’s hope….
Anna from elements of emaginette
Thanks, Anna. I live in hope! 😉
The places are different, but otherwise your dream sounds a lot like mine.
Great minds Janet! Let’s hope we get to live it one day. 😉
I like your dream. A lot 🙂
Thanks, Lynda! 😉
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