There are many forms of creative people like authors, musicians, painters, designers, and even chefs. Individuals like Mark Jacobs, Monet, Mark Twain, Mozart, and Mark Peel are all imaginative and innovative people in their fields. Ingenious individuals like them get most of their inspiration from the many roadblocks of everyday life. This idea means that they did not become experts in their universes quickly or without some significant struggles.
A person does not learn and grow only when life is silky smooth, and to become adept is even more of a challenge. These battles that life puts in your path are where you will find the separation of the neophyte and the proficient. A person is not handed the title of US Marine, but they earn it through thirteen weeks of arduous, exhausting challenges. The title is not dropped into their laps but bestowed upon them after all of the problematic provocations are complete.
In my search for blog creativity, I have earned insightful inspiration from books and TV shows. I have organized and obtained blog ideas from movies, music lyrics, podcasts, and even once from a partridge in a pear tree. The proper promulgation for my new blog topics is eluding my imagination. The usual wisps of wisdom that feed my inventiveness have become as elusive as the loch ness monster.
I feel like my last few blogs were missing something, but I am not sure what it was. I feel that I need to experience a few more of life’s wisdoms and obstacles to provide me with more inspiration. As if my MS is not demanding enough, it is important that I endure more of life’s worldliness to give my readers an enjoyable blog. I need more exposure to everyday life and all that it has to offer good or bad.
I am sure that some individuals will tell me that my blog is excellent and that there are no issues with it. The question that I need to answer is, is it more important for my readers to be satisfied or for me? As the writer, I say that I have to be happy with it first because if not, it will not be understandable.
So I will be taking some time away from this blog to regain and recoup my creative juices. I will be reposting some of my earlier blogs in the meantime, so keep reading just in case you missed one. I am eager to return with all new and creative blogs to remind people of one fact that somebody has it worse than you, and they make it work.
You can be a watcher or get off the couch and get in the game.