The most important thing for a writer, or an artist for that matter, is inspiration. It’s as simple as that or it’s just not. Sometimes it might come to you naturally and you can almost feel your hands gliding to the rhythm of newly formed words that dance along and paint a story, when sometimes… a little blank paper is all you get. But, even that blank paper has endless possibilities if you try.
Traveling was one of the main reasons I took to freelance writing. Rather than being stuck behind the closed doors of an office and hide behind the curtains of the stable (read:monotonous) working hours, savoring the freedom of flexi work hours and not being attached to the roots seemed like an ongoing adventure I would have liked to try. And, like I had thought it has been a great experience.
For a while, every job interview that I had attended I had experienced this overwhelming feeling of musician’s dilemma. I was a Business Law student (Company Secretary, to be precise) and even though the subject did interest me to an extent the idea of being in an office all day long made the musician in me squirm with anxiety. And, this is why I’m glad music blogging happened to me along the way.
One of the more recent projects I have taken up is writing monthly blogs for 3 dating websites for a client, and I’m a little more excited about this for more than one reasons.