Remember when I said I would write every day? And then I didn’t? I think that may or may not be a recurring theme in my life. Especially as a student who is trying to take finals during a pandemic. I’m thinking of deleting my Twitter. I want to cut down on the amount of performing I do in my day-to-day life. Yes, I enjoy performing, but it is very exhausting. Especially on the internet where it feels very disingenuous. As winter break approaches and I start to have more free time, I’m going to spend more time focusing on what I want from life. Maybe I’ll write about it. Maybe I won’t. We’ll see.

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Recently, I switched my major to English with a concentration in creative writing. I don’t know what I want to do in life, but what I do know is that I want to become a better writer. The main takeaway I have gotten from the pandemic is that I am the only person in charge of my learning. Yes, I learn from the courses I enroll in. However, it’s also important to note that I am learning even from things that aren’t embedded in the curriculum. This is a roundabout way of saying that I want to write more. So this is me writing more. Feel free to follow me along on this new journey. I’m going to try to publish at least one hundred words a day. At least, as of now.

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