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Everyday Inspiration, Day 9: Writing & Not Writing

If you could step into a machine that gave you more time, how would you structure your day? What would you write with this extra time?

Not being a full-time writer but rather a full-time temp, my day is full to the brim of other tasks; preparing for my working day, the drive to and from, the work itself, the extra mile we go and then on top of this all the chores we carry out to maintain domestic harmony. Having found myself minus the offspring, I do feel that I have a degree of extra time which at present I try to fill with exploring my relatively new surroundings.  I have also been consumed in applying for jobs – it ain’t easy out there you know! So, if I could step into a machine that gave me more time, how would I structure my day? 

A machine that gave me two extra hours a day.  I’d be up and out the house for 30 minutes of exercise and ‘living in the moment’ time.  I would also use my additional morning 30 minutes to spend more time interacting with fellow bloggers – I’m guilty of not spending enough time with you!

My second extra hour would be spent durng the evening and would be taken up by writing and I would be writing short stories – that’s for starters anyway!

 

By Waking the Wombat

Life - part two in Australia. Having spent the first 39 years of my life in England with two gorgeous children who don't need me so much, a workaholic husband and a head full of stuff waiting to be unleashed, Waking the Wombat is my place to share life's experiences with you.

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