I'm a part-time writer.
I want to write every day, many writers -- like Seth Godin -- do. (They do not "do not.")
Just like wanting to write everyday, I also want to stress a little less every day, and play a little more, practice gratitude from the heart, and engage in mindful and deliberate pauses to just puzzle and adore this mystery called life.
I'm not sure how far along I am on my physiological journey but I'm only halfway there to becoming the person I want to be.
What's that quote?
"It is never too late to be what you might have been." Penned by the British writer, George Elliot.