I talked last week about my struggle getting back to writing, having too much to drink, and all of that.
I think last week was about the high expectations I have for myself and my writing.
Every day I try and live a life my kids, my wife, and I will be proud of.
I bartend as many shifts as I can get and write every day.
I worked another event in Park City, Utah on Saturday. The other bartender and I got to talking and he said, “This gig must work out perfect for you.”
And it does.
Bartending two to three days a week works for my writing and family life.
When you’ve come from working full time to part time, the world changes, people look at you differently, but you mustn’t care what they think.
You know how hard you work.
I’m at the desk every day, even this last week when I’ve had to go somewhere else to work so my son could get his summer classes done,(he’s taking an online class this summer to boost his credits for graduation).
So I gave him the space to work on his class and I went somewhere else to work, which I’ll be doing the rest of the summer.
This past week was a struggle. I had to think about my writing in a different way and had to look at the stories I’m writing differently.
It’s hard to explain but maybe I’ll try on Wednesday.
Have a good Monday.
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