My Little Pony: Three Days: Day 2My Little Pony: Three Days: Day 23 years ago in HTML & CSS & Scripting More Like This
My Little Pony: Three Days
Day 2: Train Wreck
Hours Passed: 30:12:48
Location: Near Ghastly Gorge
As the sun began to rise and it's rays hit my eyes I opened my eyes to see everypony awake and ready to go; even Armor Clad was up. I got up on my hooves and looked around to see what to take with me not bothering with saying good morning to realize we had nothing to take.
"Well look who's up." Tint said with a smirk.
I scoffed. "Shut up." I replied brushing the leaves off my coat.
Shine whistled for attention. "Alri-" He started but was cut off by me.
"It's only us four... No need to whistle..."
Shine rolled his eyes. "I like to whistle... anyway" He continued as he headed towards the train trac
Finding MotivationFinding Motivation2 years ago in Writing More Like This
This article focuses on novels, but its advice can be applied to any long-term project.
Do you tell yourself that you're going to write and never do it? Do you keep talking about your book but leave it sitting at chapter 2 for five months straight? Is it difficult for you to sit down and actually write something?
Most people don't write because there are so many easier ways to spend their time. Their favorite show is on at eight. Oh, look, their friend just posted a bunch of photos online. Then they feel like baking cookies. And suddenly, a day that was supposed to be productive has been spent on TV, the internet, and food.
When I tell adults that I want to be a writer, around ten percent of them say, "Oh, I've always wanted to be a writer, too, but I simply haven't found the time to write that novel." And chances are, they haven't even drafted an outline. Why not? Something more pressing or interesting always seems to pop up.
Unless you make time for writing, you will be