I’ve been one of those people who let the years go by, promising myself day after day I’m going to do this or that…and never getting it done.  I hate being that person, so even if I’m restricted to spending a single minute in the day working toward my goals, I consider that a minute well spent.  

It’s important to do a little something every day.  If nothing else, it serves as a reminder of where you want to go, and over time, those little snatches of productivity can add up.  Just ask Tolkien, who wrote snippets of his stories in the trenches of World War I.


11 thoughts on “Musings

  1. All my writing starts with one line, or a scribbled note, so I can personally relate to this completely. Lay down your accomplishments one brick at a time…and commit to a very small section if you have to, yes. Can’t have an hour without a minute.

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