It's probably a combination of a lot of things, but I don't like that since I wrote about writing on here, I've been having more of a problem with it than I have been in a long time. The old idea that if you talk about your work, the chemicals in your brain make you believe you've already completed it keeps coming to mind. Usually that's related to someone praising you for what you've done, but the idea is still there.
Did I break my good streak of writing by talking about it or are these just the normal hills and valleys that stuff like this go through?
Admittedly, I'm writing something long-form in a new format with absolutely no plan of where it's going, so there's going to have to be bumps. I'm aware of every time I use a "be" verb. I don't always know how to do what I'm trying to. Sometimes, like that, I end sentences in prepositions.
So again, I wonder, is it because writing is hard or did I actually break myself?
I guess time will tell and until my fingers fall off or something, I should probably just keep writing anyway. Any step forward is better than standing still.