Sunday, January 25, 2009

What I though was writers block, turned into a word vomit

I thought that I had nothing to say or report, but I think I was wrong.  There is a lot on my mind but I can't seem to put it into words.  I started this blog with the hope of being able to take some of the things that are on my mind and put them into words, and use that as a form of therapy.  I also want to use this blog to share my love for running, nutrition, and wellness with my friends and family.  I feel like I lack focus in my life, and am kind of all "over the place" with my thougts and feelings, and the things that I do.  I am really good at starting little projects with good intentions but get bored with them pretty quickly and move onto something new.  I can't sit still for more than about 30 minutes at a time and need constant stimulation, yet I am always feeling fatigued and tired.  I would really like to learn how to gain a little more focus.  Maybe writing this blog and trying to put in an entry every day at least will help me gain a little more discipline in my life.  Maybe by putting my thoughts, fears, and anxieties down on "paper" will help me to realize my faults and strengths and gain more discipline.  I never thought about writing a blog because it would be A) way too personal for me to share with people, and that scares me, or B) I wouldn't be able to commit to it, like I said, I have commitment issues with projects.  But, Tim (my husband) suggested that I start this blog so that I could put some of my words down and help others in the process.  I resisted at first in my traditional fashion and said "NO, I won't commit to this blog and will get tired of it in a few days", but because he knows me better than anyone, and knows that this will be good for me, I decided to start it.  So, there you go.  My very first blog entry.  DONE!  Now, I have to get ready for work.  Hope this didn't bore you to tears....not sure who "you" are or if anyone is actually reading this, but maybe someone will someday.

1 comment:

  1. Yay! I'm your first "follower" :-) I think writing a blog has definitely helped me stay focused and its also nice to be able to look back on. Happy Blogging!!