[DAY 29] Early Morning version

It’s 12:40am now. I don’t usually stay up this late, and I know I’ll regret doing this. Nevertheless, I still have a couple more words to share.

I worked on two websites today: The Tale’s and mine, and I walked away with nothing that I feel satisfied about. Working on a Github page, I’m grateful with all the features I get from WordPress.com and Wix.com, but nothing gives me more contentment than feeling stuck and getting unstuck, so tomorrow, I’ll again spend hours working on these stuff, only hoping that a slight progress can be seen. That’s at the best case scenario, though.

I wonder the people whose websites I admire so much, what do they feel on nights like this? Do they ever stay up late to finish a project they had started? How do they persist through all the hardships that the journey to something good can bring forth? I just really miss my mom. I didn’t expect the school year would be longer than I thought and my summer wouldn’t start until September. I really want to eat something different, even though I am happy with what I have right now.

I’ll be on 30-day streak tomorrow. Instead of writing, I’ll spend that day reading through my posts in the last month and point out what I can improve on. It’s not always good to keep producing more. It’s important to look back and learn from my mistakes. So that’s what I’ll do soon. I hope this next month, I’ll also be able to write more fiction. I think writing about something that’s not real is really hard, yet it stretches my imagination. And it’s fun for the audience to, to read something different than my complains.

Published by Thi Le


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