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Day 18 – A Problem That you’ve had – 30 Day Writing Challenge
Day 18 - A Problem That you’ve had - 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 18 – A Problem That you’ve had – 30 Day Writing Challenge

Day 18 – A Problem That you’ve had
30 Day Writing Challenge

To start my 30 Day Writing Challenge from the beginning, start here.

A problem that I’ve had? I’ve got a lot of problems. I guess I just have to pick one to focus on. I think my biggest problem – the one that infects ever part of my life – is being pulling in so many different directions, that I don’t know which way to go. Take my day job for instance. Do I want to stay there, or should I really work on becoming a professional in the health care field? I would love to and I think I want to, but will I be happy? Or, should I find a job in the field of the latest degree that I’ve got? Well, I’ve been trying to do that too, but it appears that my resume is intimidating, with no focus. God, don’t you just hate that?

At this point in time, I am a Jane of all trades, but a master of none.
How about my love life? Should I bother actively seeking for someone to share my life with, or should I just let it happen? I also think there are a few things that I need to let go of, but then I think, why should I if I think it would, or could work. Sometimes, I think my biggest problem is that I just want to cuddle.

Okay, so how about writing? I love to write, and I’ve got so many ideas that they keep pulling me all over the place. There are so many things that I want to do and feel that I need to do, but I am afraid that I won’t have the time, or the skills to execute. I also wish I could draw. That way, I could just draw my book covers they way I see in my head. But that would take too much time, wouldn’t it? I mean I would have to learn the basics of drawing, then draw, then perfect it, then get the software and then learn how to use the software to make my drawing into an image on my computer. But if I make it, it will look like an amateur did it. What’s the point of that?

I guess I didn’t really pick one problem to focus on, did I? See what I mean, I am always all over the place. I wish I could just be laser focused and get shit done, but I keep getting distracted. That’s another problem I have. I get distracted a lot. And I may just be the laziest productive person you have ever met.

How’s that for problems?

About Bianca

Bianca Dean is a writer from NYC. She's specialized in writing, marketing and graphic design.