Briana Morgan asked: "Do you think you could write a post about motivation and self-discipline while working from home? Some days I find it hard to even get dressed, let alone write."
Sure thing. Let's see here.
WHY DO YOU WRITE?
If you answer this question with "I want to get famous" or "I thought writing books would be sexy" or "If E. L. James can rake in millions, why can't I?" or "I really don't know what else to do with myself," then you better quit writing and do something else. In fact, quit reading this post. You will hate the rest of what I have to say. If, however, writing is something that is a relief to what you can't control, to this pressure in your gut that pushes and prods and aches to get out, then, by all means, continue reading and ask yourself this. If you could do anything in the world, for pleasure, what would it be? If writing isn't your immediate answer, I can't help you. The rest of this post is dedicated to those who are diseased with the curse of I-can't-shut-up-so-I-write.