A year ago around this time, I just started my MFA in writing program in Vermont. I remember how terrified I was for doing such thing that I don’t know what the end looks like. I know I want to be a writer, for sure. But how am I going to hold a job to pay the bills and make a living? That’s the question I’m still having today and hoping to get it figured out.
For safety purposes, whenever a driver drives, the driver would occasionally check briefly to the rear mirror to see what’s behind the car. For the same purposes, the driver also turns back to check the blind spot whenever the driver was going to take a turn or change a direction.
Okele, where should I begin?
If writing is my religion, then here are some of the credos I manifested that perhaps might help for other people (writers) as well:
Being in a process to reach towards the goals that have been wanting to achieve can be truly daunting and intimidating. True, the challenges are real and inevitable. In fact, challenges are what pushes someone to reach their goals eventually at the end.
On May 2017, I wrapped up my final college year. Both academically and athletically on tennis.
Famous saying says “Time is money”.
It sounds too familiar. Often times, it’s too cheap to hear and it’s too easy to wave off, even.
But I can’ t agree more to stress about this to achieve my goals as in writing and life-wise in general.