Frustrating Mornings

I've come to rely on the mornings to be for writing. If they're not, I'm on edge for the whole day. Or at least I tell myself I will be, so it ends up being true anyway. When I use my mornings for other things I have to accomplish, I just know that it's going to be a bad day. Then I go and make it come true. What I did this morning instead of write was important. It had to get done. It didn't have to get done now.

I need to stop using the snooze button. I need to start writing. I need to get this script done. I need my writing to mean something. I need it to be for a reason. I need to get it out of my system. I need it to help me get better.

And, rather than using my mornings for other things, I need to remember that the mornings are for writing.