Copenhagen, Denmark has been our home for three weeks now. We have done a lot, but mostly we have learned a lot. I have learned a lot-about the city, hygge, the dynamics of living here and about myself.
Last week I finished the third chapter of my non-fiction book. This book is my main project for the next 11 months; it is a compilation of ten long essays about fear. Each essay is a chapter, so even though the first-three chapters are still in draft mode, it feels like such as an accomplishment. (!) Last month, I only had the prologue, one chapter half-done and ideas for the other two chapters scattered around my laptop, three notebooks, a Starbucks receipt and conversations with my boyfriend.
Copenhagen has felt as a very powerful new chapter of life, one that requires adjustments not just in perspectives and ways of doing things but in routines. Routine-wise, I feel I am getting closer to nailing not the perfect routine; but an ideal one. One, consistent enough to be results-oriented, but flexible enough to nourish creativity.
As part of that routine; I have defined my October goals:
- Finish at least one more chapter.
- Organize 2-3 reading parties. (More to come about this)
- Post at least 2 blogs per week. (Incl. Em’s Extras, more to come about this too!)
- Read one book per week and share the review in Em’s IG account. (@emandtheshelf)
- Start running training plan. (10K Race in December).
- Organize Edinburgh trip. (30th birthday celebration!)
This week I will start working on the fourth chapter of my book and in the rest of my October goals.
New chapters are always exciting; written ones or life ones. Do you have any new chapters starting soon?
Thank you for reading me,
2 thoughts on “Chapters: Life and Written Ones”
I have a baby chapter coming up!! Love you Marce!
That particular chapter means so much to all of us! First of Tita’s granddaughters to be pregnant, it will be a wonderful chapter! (L)