Take a Day Off, the Muse Takes Two

I didn’t write all weekend, and now of course I just can’t get started.  There’s something to be said for days off, of course, but there’s also something to be said for momentum in all creative endeavors.

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2 Responses to “Take a Day Off, the Muse Takes Two”

  1. It’s inertia. Fingers at rest tend to stay at rest; fingers in motion tend to stay in motion.

  2. Oy, I have the same problem.

    I’m actually leaving this comment because I’m reading your book and thought to email you… but being something of an idiot, I can’t find your email address anywhere. So if you could drop me a line, that’d be faaaabulous.

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