How I’m Maintaining Momentum — Sharing My Creative Process
I’m creating many things — and today I share how I’m maintaining momentum along the way.
For the aspiring creators out there, I thought it might be worthwhile to share all that I have going on — and how I’m maintaining my momentum to do so.
I’ve written here in vague, mostly general terms about the types of writing I do — fiction, nonfiction, and business. But I’ve never shared my day and how I keep going between the various works I create.
My primary concern with sharing this is not coming across as bragging or overly self-aggrandizing. But at the same time — I’m very excited about the work I’m doing. So, if you’ll indulge me, I’d like to share.
Allow me to get into my nonfiction writing (probably 40% of my ongoing process), business writing (probably 25% of my ongoing process), and fiction work (probably the last 35% of my ongoing process).
Maybe I can inspire your ongoing creative process with how I’m maintaining momentum with and through mine.
Maintaining momentum in nonfiction
In 2012, I began weekly blogging. This began with my regular Pathwalking posts on my blog website.
Alongside my regular nonfiction blogs — overall covering self-improvement by spanning mindfulness, conscious reality creation, non-toxic positivity, self-awareness, and the like — I self-published a few books connected to and taken from the work I had done with my blogs.
When the pandemic locked the world down all too briefly, I had the opportunity to make writing my true vocation. With that, I settled into a new routine, presenting a range of topics, and posting almost daily.
Currently, I’m blogging 4 days a week. I write about employing genuine, non-toxic positivity on Mondays, ongoing creative process thoughts like this on Tuesdays, Pathwalking mindfulness on Wednesdays, and health, wellness, and wellbeing concepts on Thursdays. Fridays are my podcast aligned with…