There was a writers’ group I regularly attended that I’d found on Meetup.com a few years ago.
As a holder of a PhD in Psychology, I self-analyze myself, my thought processes, my actions and reactions on a regular basis.
Life has a way of injecting itself and demanding our attention.
Completing projects for publication, even on my own website, was overwhelming when I first started my official writing career.
My sleep cycle is that of a person who works third shift.
I’ve decided for the most part to simply write what my heart says to and keep stories for editing/revising/publishing later on.
I have a rough draft of a memoir/novel done.
I’ve been told people believe either one of two object placement beliefs. There’s a place for everything, put everything in its place; or wherever something is, that’s its place.
Handwriting slows my brain down enough to focus on the analyzation and telling of my thoughts.
My sleep cycle became sporadic after I retired from the clinical field. Before then, I’d sleep at night, like most people, and wake up the next morning.