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Wow, like if I was reading melysf...! Except that I don't write... What can I say? No, it's not a creative block, it's an enormous, awful, lazy, hazy, depressing self-imposed immobility. I think to really write you have to exclude other things, forge a niche in life and hide there. Whenever I try to write, I always end up at war with people around me, forgetting kids, skipping my work, buying frozen food... No, you can't be the kind of a homemaker you aspire to be and write. You have to sacrifice something. Women usually sacrifice writing. When you were young you had no idea what it means to live for others, but that is what you do, mostly. To write is not only to put words on paper, but to be alone with your thoughts, to make time for finding inspiration and to practice. You don't write - you fall out of practice, and before you know everything you once achieved is lost. Beginning anew when you're older gets harder and harder.Anyway, I really like your blog, it's a pleasure to read you and I think we have a few things in common. Good luck and keep trying to start anew.

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