Number 1: Prolificness I don't write very often, but when I have a great idea, I usually execute it well. I feel like I should and need to be writing more than I am, though, no matter what the form is. I've heard authors talk about this problem before, usually when the subject of writer's block comes up. Some say to keep writing. It doesn't matter what about, or how stupid it may seem, just keep writing to get over the hump and use it as practice. And some say just simply don't write if you don't feel like it. So how do you deal with problems such as this? Number 2: Writing for myself My second problem has a lot to do with writing a first draft. When I complete it, I feel like it's completed, no matter how much better I know it could be if I rewrote it a few times. I feel like I know how the story should be, and if I can't execute it as well as I know I could, then oh well. Because I know how it is in my head. Anyone else feel like this?