I'd let myself get to a stage where I wasn't working towards anything, I had no goals in place, nothing to anticipate. I wasn't actively achieving anything (other than getting out of bed and going to work and then repeating it the next day) I think this is also commonly called getting stuck in a rut.
Work was driving me crazy, same old, same old and I didn't feel like I was accomplishing anything, I didn't feel useful. The only writing I was doing was in my personal journal and I was moaning about everything.
I haven't been blogging much (I didn't want to bore people with my moaning) and I wasn't writing as much as I normally do. Strangely enough you can't become a writer who makes a decent income or any income for that matter if you don't write.
So I set some plans in place, I wrote two new e-books, I upgraded and re-created my personal website and started planning my life instead of letting it flatten me. I took a week off work to finalise my website (www.fionabiedermann.com) and I wrote and I just let myself 'be'.
I feel lighter, I feel happier and I feel anticipation for all the great things still to come. I understand better than ever now just how important it is for me to write, to create and to have goals to work towards.
Yes, it's been a while since I showed my face at 6WS, but this is where I started and this is where I've come back to. Ironic huh?
So what do you have to anticipate and look forward to?
I'm linking up with Cate who gives us all a place to visit and connect. Want to play along with Six Word Saturday, its easy? All that's necessary to participate is to describe your life (or something) in a phrase using just six words. For more information, try clicking here. Feel free to explain or not explain. Add an image, a video, a song, or nothing.