40 Thoughts Of A Writer (On A Daily Basis)

1. *yawn* “Okay, let me get my tea/coffee and then grab my laptop.”

2. “I need to find a quiet, comfy spot to sit and write…”

3. “I guess my bed will do.”

4. *opens laptop, immediately opens Facebook* “Oh look, someone else is engaged.”

5. “Okay, okay, Microsoft Word where are you?”

6. “Should I work on something old or something new?”

7. “What was that idea that I had last night before falling asleep?… Darn it.”

8. “Well I do have a bunch of draft ideas saved…”

9. “Music. I need music.”

10. *listens to same song 15 times in a row*

11. “Actually…I don’t need music.”

12. “Blah blah blah.”

13. “C’mon, fingers. Type what my brain is thinking.”

14. “I wonder if there’s an easier way to do this.”

15. “IT’S 2015 ALREADY. HASN’T SOMEONE INVENTED A WAY FOR A LAPTOP TO AUTOMATICALLY TYPE WHAT I’M THINKING??”

16. “Okay, I got this.”

17. *stares at computer screen for a good 60 seconds*

18. *slowly starts typing*

19. First sentence.

20. Second sentence.

21. “There we go… That’s right. Wait!” *backspace, backspace*

22. “No more editing till I’m all finished writing.”

23. “Would somebody even read this?”

24. “Stop being so critical. You are your own worst critic.”

25. “Maybe I should take a break.”

26. “Where’s that chocolate I’ve been saving?”

27. *changes position on bed*

28. “C’mon, brain, work with me here.”

29. *takes five-minute break*

30. “Okay, let’s finish this up…”

31. *type, type, type*

32. “YES!! That last sentence was perfect. Finished it with a bang…and a boom…”

33. “Time to edit.”

34. “Okay, that’s not too bad.”

35. “I need to get a second opinion on this.”

36. “On second thought, how about no?”

37. “I think it looks good.”

38. *click Save As*

39. “Aaaaaand we’re out.”

40. “Wait……………that would be a good thing to write about…” TC mark

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