For many, Sunday’s are a lazy day. For me, however, I like to take Sunday mornings to write. I love the combined feelings brought on by enjoying a calm Sunday morning spent writing. It’s nice to be able to take part in relaxing vibes while still getting in some good words. It is a kind of therapeutic work mode for me where I find myself chugging along when it comes to putting words on paper. There is something serene about these free mornings where I know that my only obligation is to do the thing that I love doing. There is a sense of purpose and freedom that I get from this that never fails to remind me why I love writing in the first place.
I’m not sure if everyone has a special time where they focus wholly on writing, but for me this practice helps me to increase my dedication to my craft without it being brought on by unnecessary pressures. The ability to have a point in my life where I can absolutely allocate special time for writing is a wonderful perk that life has given me, and I am unbelievably grateful for it. These moments of Sunday morning writing never fail to bring me back to all of the reasons why I love writing, and it is definitely a practice that I intend to continue for the foreseeable future. I mean, after all, what kind of writer would I be if I didn’t have my fancy writing spirit practice that allows me to reconnect with my passion for the written word again and again?
Do you have a special writing time? What does it mean from you? And, what do you get from it?
By: Alex H. Singh