I feel I owe an apology for not posting anything lately. Honestly, the last month has been a bit of a shit show for me. No one thing has went wrong but numerous small things…like going from two cars to one with both my husband and I working or attempting not to murder my elderly mother who I suspect has bi-polar or some other form of mental illness. Oh and I have almost forgot to pay two utilities bills this month–not good. FYI: the electric company is not nice about it. Nor were they pleased and demanded I pay them ASAP. I’m sure they’ve heard every sob story and excuse. It was just one day…okay one day and an entire month. But still.

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While on this topic of apologies….I can’t remember the last time anyone has said “I’m sorry” or apologize to me for something they did wrong. I’m seriously wondering if I’m just hanging out with rude assholes or if I’m the only idiot who constantly makes mistakes. Statistically, I can’t be the only idiot. Plus, I live in a house filled with guys, who are pretty thoughtless. I’m going to chuck it up to that fact.

I’m trying to develop a new summer routine with my new work schedule. I just haven’t found my rhythm yet. I need a reading and writing routine especially since this is the first time in almost two week I have written anything. I mean…that’s just plain wrong on so many levels. No wonder I’ve been struggling in my life so much. My inner writer is dying which has thrown everything else in my life completely out of wack.

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My goals for the next few days is write! That’s it. Simple right? HAHAHA….it will be one of the hardest things to do. Making that time. Every writer will tell ya making that time is the hardest thing. After creating a daily routine, it’s the easiest.

Do you have a daily routine where if you skip it–it throws your entire day or week into a disarray?

Published by randasrantsandbooks

I love to read! I review books for contemporary fiction, young adult, and romance novels. I read the majority of my novels on my Kindle.

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