We all know people who have dealt or are dealing with serious health conditions. Probably just about everyone who reads my blog knows Susie Lindau and Renee Shuls-Jacobson and the conditions they have fought or are still fighting. It’s easy and natural to cut people like this a large measure of slack in their dealings with life while they face such serious battles.
We all know others coping with serious heart problems or overcoming all kinds of accidents. They pursue their lives and don’t ask for pity from anyone. They continue to write their blogs or get up and go to work every day or whatever.
Makes me wonder about myself. I have a runny nose and big-time cough from a cold, and I let it throw me. Between the drain on my energy from my body’s efforts to fight off these symptoms and my lack of sleep from coughing all night, it’s all I can do to sit in front of my computer, much less focus on writing.
Maybe I’m just a wuss, but I can’t put any coherent thoughts together for a post today. Hopefully, I’ll do better next week. Until then, I think I’ll go climb back into my recliner.
How do you make yourself produce when you don’t feel like it?
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