Elan Morgan is a writer and web designer who works from Elan.Works, a designer and editor at GenderAvenger, and a speaker who has spoken across North America. They believe in and work to grow both personal and professional quality, genuine community, and meaningful content online.

I'll Be Nicer Later

Man, has writing become a difficult task to tackle over the last couple of weeks. I want to do it, I think of things to write about all the time from politics to feminism to my personal recipe for roasted beets, but once I face the screen on my laptop, the battle to the end of a paragraph seems nearly insurmountable.

I blame my recent foray into therapy for this. And a larger writing piece I am working on that demands a lot of deep, personal engagement. Suddenly, I don't want to write about anything. I want to fuck deep, personal engagement. I also want to fuck complex thinking and symbolic dreaming.

It is much easier to crochet a deformed purple rabbit, read twenty pages of Twitter updates, and drink beer. And eat leftover chinese food, watch "Britney: For the Record", and write about how I don't want to write about anything.

I'll be nicer later.

I am a participant in NaBloPoMo 2008, a challenge to write 30 posts in 30 days during the month of November. "National Blog Posting Month is the epicenter of daily blogging!"

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