Self-ReflectionStaring at a blank page is the worst thing about writing. The blinking cursor mocks you, as if blocking out the words that you want to type out. It places a block in your mind that does not allow you to access your thoughts.Self-Reflection by ~WilliamOutbreak
And as much as you sit behind a desk staring into the bright laptop screen that lights up the pitch black bedroom, you start to wonder if it's even worth it. Is it worth it just to scribble down a story, or piece together any sort of narrative when you don't even know if it's going to be read by somebody in the end.
I mean sure, you can post it over social media, but you'd hardly ever be able to tell if your material is being read or just briefly skimmed over in the long list of news feed items that populates a friend's screen.
It can be a bitter battle for relevancy in a digital age. However no matter what, you endlessly (well not endlessly, but perhaps as much as you can) divulge as much of yourself into the work that you write and produce as you can. There's alw