Bridging The Gap: Taking Time to Write in Hectic Days

Bridging The Gap: Taking Time to Write in Hectic Days

By Ashish Arora on April 30, 2011

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Hectic and busy life

I have never wanted to do long gaps between two blogposts since I started writing my blog. I always tried to write at least one blogpost a month and continue to do it today too. And I wrote my last blog in March end and now am writing this one in April end, after a month.

Though I want to write more blogposts in a month, I cannot be use of time crunch. The month long period had never been an easy one. At a point of time, it became a tough nut to crack. With time, I started enjoying the toughness of the nut and learning how to crack it. And the nut started being softer for me with getting me tougher for it.

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Hectic and busy life

Earlier this month, the first two days been very adventurous, an adventure that never had been felt before. Rock climbing, river rafting and born-fire dance was happening at the same moment when India was taking on Sri Lanka in a cricket match. It was an official trip to Rishikesh in Uttarakhand. And we came back totally exhausted but only after living adventurous those moment of our tour with full of enthusiasm.

Perhaps, I did not realize that time, it was just a warm-up and the whole workout was still remaining. The work pressure unexpectedly increased since we joined office after the tour. At first, it seemed difficult to stay with that renewed work culture, but there was a hope. Within days or weeks or months either I would be used-to of it or it will be use-to of me.

It has not remained that difficult now. That is because this hope which I mentioned created a motivation. The motivation helped build up the confidence that I am a person who can react differently in different situations. And the confidence inspired to take it as a challenge. And I did it. Still, I don’t say that everything is totally smooth.

Follow your passion

If situation is under control, it doesn’t mean that you are not under-pressure. But yes, you are now smooth to handle the situation. Long office hours seldom give me a chance to think about the things I love to do. Nor did they leave some room in my mind for the special thoughts. The thoughts that I would have loved to write in a blogpost.

When you have written a number of articles all day for your company, you may not be comfortable of writing even one more for yourself. Especially when you know you can avoid that easily. Besides, the working fatigue, the daily traveling in a city like Delhi makes you too tired. You don’t have left some more energy to play with words in black and white.

It seems I am trying to search out a line of excuses of not writing a blogpost. Isn’t it my laziness and ignorance, which I can use as main excuse? Whatsoever may be the reason of not writing, but at least the entire month has been now outlined here in a single blogpost.

Just tried to bridge the gap…

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