Welcome back to Writing Prompt Friday! I hope you’re enjoying these as much as I am, because lemme tell ya, it’s a lot of fun to turn the random thoughts in my head into something that’s useful instead of verbalizing them out loud and watching my husband facepalm himself wondering what on earth he got himself into. Although…to be honest…that’s fun too. Kind of a sport, really.
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Welcome back to Writing Prompt Friday. Yes, it’s now the day after Valentine’s Day, but I’ve got a ready theme, so I’m running with it.
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It’s a snowy, frosty time here in Seattle. A perfect time to start a series here on Rubber Ducky Copywriter.
Welcome to my first Writing Prompt Friday.
One of my goals in life is to help other writers write because we’re writers and that’s what we do but sometimes we need a little spark or push in a different direction because we’re stuck or bored or whatever decides to plague us at any given moment. Personally, I think my inner hamster Hortense decides she needs a break and a cosmo every so often.
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Life happens. Constantly. We’ve all gone through those phases in which work overwhelms us and so does family and so do these commitments and so does this and so does that. The list never ends.
As I covered in my previous post, this year has been especially, well, full. I lost track of my inner duckyness. I was getting by and handling business, but I wasn’t having a whole lot of fun. Okay, no fun. I was having zero fun. And it was exhausting.
This kind of life creeps up on you. Before you know it, you can lose track of all your hobbies and outlets that make you your awesome self.
A friend of mine recently went through the same lack of joy. And she had a great idea, which I’m sharing with anyone whom I think could use a recenter.
She calls it the “100 Project.”
Master has given Ducky a sock.
Rather than wait for a specific date to roll around, I’ve found that just getting started on making a change when the inspiration hits is more effective and longer lasting. I’ve made them before, but they didn’t stick; as usual.
This year however, I’m being laid off.
Why is this happening?
Simple. The company is reorganizing. My position, and the positions of everyone else on my team here in Seattle, are being moved to the company’s headquarters on the other side of the country.
So, yeah…change is being forced upon me.