I’ve got “restless soul syndrome” again. It could be that I’ve been sitting in this “comfort zone” for too long knowing that it isn’t actually all that comfortable! Or it could be that I’ve been sitting in the same “box” for so long that I need to step out of it!In other words, I need a change. A change of scenery, a change of heart, a change of perspective. In any case, it’s a change of some sort I’m sure.
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not unhappy but I do feel restless, and I’m working on stepping out of my comfort zone and out of the box!I’ve been working hard on my novel, which I hope to have released by early spring and I can’t begin to tell you how incredibly happy I feel when I’m writing. It’s a feeling of pure joy for me and this new book is one completely different from all the others I wrote before. I’m hoping for the best for this “baby” of mine. I actually wrote this novel 17 years ago and have procrastinated long enough in rewriting it. The story needed an update and that’s what I’ve been doing. My intention is to have it in the hands of the publisher by March and on the market by spring.
I’m hoping this book brings exciting changes in my life, ones that I’ve wanted for a long time, but I’m doing more than “hoping” and “working” on it.I’m allowing myself to “see it, believe it and achieve it.”
Sometimes “restless soul syndrome” comes around to “shake you up and wake you up!”
I believe that it’s helping me finish the book. It’s helping me see it as I picture it to be, helping me to believe in the changes it will bring, and helping me do what it takes to achieve it.
And for that, I’m grateful.
Wishing you love and light,
4 thoughts on ““Restless Soul Syndrome””
Congratulations on getting round one of the book done although I highly suspect it was probably round 15!!!! That is fantastic and I am sure takes a weight off your mind.
After clearing a bunch of snow I too vegged this weekend. Of course though I always feel like I should have done something but hey at least I am rested. Couldn’t get my snow blowing going and my neighbor was going to do my drive but when I told him about not getting my blower going he pointed to the plug on his, electronic start. I went, wait a minute, I have that and thought it was like a generator!!!!!! Duh Bob but hey I hooked it up and away we went. Have had that thing for 5 years and did a lot of shoveling when I couldn’t get it pull started. Oh well, at least I know now!!!!
Hope you are doing great and looking forward to getting that book!
On Mon, Jan 24, 2022 at 2:06 PM Anne Dennish – Writer/Author wrote:
> Anne Dennish posted: ” I’ve got “restless soul syndrome” again. It could > be that I’ve been sitting in this “comfort zone” for too long knowing that > it isn’t actually all that comfortable! Or it could be that I’ve been > sitting in the same “box” for so long that I need to step o” >
Thank you so much and so happy you got that snow situation settled! It truly was a great weekend to relax! Now it’s back to editing and getting this baby to the publisher and on the market! I’m so excited!
Love the post on the beach walk! Particularly since I just came from my morning beach visit. Sun trying, surf strong and ocean calm! Best part of the post though is that you are grateful for it. I try my best to think of all the things I am grateful for when I am at the beach and wow there sure are a lot. Ain’t we lucky!!!!!
Thank you! It certainly was a sight to see and I always try to be grateful for everything! Glad you made it to the beach!