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So, about this whole felling like a nut thing. It happens sometimes. Not everyday or in some sort of pattern. But every now and then I feel a little crazy doing what I do.
I work at the paying gig eight hours of the day, then I spend time being a parent and making sure my kiddo knows I really do love her and not my laptop. Then I get on my laptop and can end up traipsing around the various social media outlets for a while before ever slitting my wrist to pour out a new word in my manuscript.
Some may say doing this is crazy, deranged, even a little nutty.
I have to agree.
But in all my nuttiness, I love doing what I do. It can be quite a full plate sometimes, but I wouldn't want to bring this dream journey to an end.
Can you think of an example of someone doing something a little nutty but reaping the fruits of their labor?