Writing, at its core, is a means of personal expression. The greatest measure of its success lies in what it returns to the author. Consider this: I’ve handwritten — yes, with ink — many pages in my personal journal that have been read only by myself. But I consider this some of my most successful, and meaningful, writing because it comes from the heart, allows me to ponder what I’m doing with my life, and encourages me to be a better person.
Always a day late and a dollar short I’m embracing the Ideas of March anyway.Well, I’m at least embracing the idea of the Ideas of March. I make resolutions to write more all the time. Daily in fact, but those resolutions usually end up like
all most of my resolutions: unresolved. The road to hell is paved with good intentions, right?