We have all had this thought in our head at some point. "Ugh, there no time for me to write, I'll get to it tomorrow." Or "I'm too tired." I have said that to myself on plenty occasions. You are normal. I am awake anywhere from eighteen to twenty hours a day. I live an hour away from my work, without traffic add an extra half an hour with traffic. I wake up two hours early to get ready feed the dogs and let them out, maybe make breakfast for myself If I can find the time, which usually I just grab something easy on my way out the door. Guess what I still write. How, you ask? We live in a very technology driven world, why don't we capitalize on what's available to us? If I do not have time to brew a fresh pot of coffee and slurp it down while I login to my computer to finger mash buttons because I had a good dream that gave me inspiration, I still can capture that down. Do you ever get a great idea or inspiration but always seem to be driving and can't copy it down? There are plenty of apps or for iPhone users just use your notepad and microphone. It's like a push to speak and it will record your words. The punctuation isn't there at all but it is still copied down for you for later. I live to write, I can be whoever, whatever, and go wherever. You have time to watch TV, search the tube for hours watching videos, and or scrolling down social media sites. You have time for that but not to write? You have writer block focus on something else write a short a poem a comic, push past your comfort zone to be a writer who is truly well rounded you need to practice this is a passion, but if you wish to make it a profession you will find time to practice, instead of liking a post about how crappy Stacy's life is with all her kids, her deadbeat husband, and the fact she just had her second divorce WRITE! Even if it's on a notepad you carry with you in between emails or conference calls at work, or even on your lunch break, jot some stuff down because a year worth of that is better than a year worth of excuses. Happy writing everyone.