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Friday, November 19, 2004
the now
When I was a dreamer/idealist/believer, I learned to become practical. When I became practical, I vowed to lead a double life.

But it wasn't as easy as I thought.

Did you guys know that I haven't written anything complete in almost 6 months?!

This coming from someone who wrote something new every week. This coming from someone who couldn't keep up with documenting all the ideas that came to mind every second of the day.

Of course, writing here doesn't count.

I need to become original again. Motivated. Inspired.

I need to be working again. Writing. Inventing. Composing.

I've got so many plans ignored, unattended, shelved.

I need to bring them out again. In the open.

I need to show myself again that I am and will always be a writer.
posted by Jax @ 1:41:00 AM  
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Name: Jax
Home: San Francisco, CA, United States
About Me:
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I am a freelance writer, editor and blogger.
I write from home and I write from the
coffee shop I manage. I am also a graduate
student at AAU, studying film.
I have never been more stressed in my life.
And I am loving it!
To know me and more about my writing services, drop me a line at
jtabergas [at] yahoo [dot] com.
Meanwhile, read some of my works here:
  • HubPages
  • The Movie Space
  • Couch Tuber
  • Flick Rev
  • Good Life Review
  • 'Bout Books
  • Afterthoughts
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