It’s time for a healthy change for this blog on Myth, Life and Hope. I’ve been writing – daily – for about 3 months. And, I think my posts are getting stale and repetitive. That was never my intention.
Originally, I started out with the idea that if I was going to blog, I was going to do that daily. And, except for missing one day, I’ve done that. And, I’m proud of that, too.
However, I’m finding it difficult to write interesting and relevant posts on this daily schedule. So, I’d like to try an experiment for the next month, or two.
I’m going to write a single post each week. I’d like to see what giving myself enough time to develop ideas can bring to this process. Writing is new for me, and as I’ve said previously, I’m still finding my voice.
Hopefully, what I find will be more interesting, and worthy of your time to read. Please provide any feedback or guidance, as I know many of you are tenured bloggers, and I’m keen to learn from the best.
What did I learn today?
Don’t be afraid to change direction when we find that where we’re going does not serve us, while on a Quest.
No movement forward on the opportunity Quest. I’m now in the middle of a formal process with one firm, and there’s not much I can do about it but wait.
I guess I would compare this to the traveling, the long nights and just boring times that the Fellowship of the Ring had to deal with in Lord of the Rings. There’s lots of excitement, but then long periods of standard days and nights. This is about Myth, right? 🙂
The end of the Quest is in sight, which will of course lead to the beginning of a new Quest. That’s the gig, and I’m looking forward to it.
So, for now, I’ll adventure slowly, yet knowing that there’s more excitement coming!
I’ve always struggled with the answer to: “What is my quest, my hero’s call?”
So much so, that I’ve decided to bring some tools into play to help me with this quest. The first tool is the book: “What Color is Your Parachute?”.
Another that I’ve used in the past is “The Artist’s Way”. The daily Morning Pages were a source of inspiration and hope for me.
I’m sure these tools will bring clarity to my quest, and show me a path to follow. Hopefully, it’ll be the road less travelled.