There are always days when inspiration seems to hit you at the oddest of times after the longest period. It could come to you out of nowhere and it won’t let you stop until you’re finally done with making whatever you were itching to make. And when such days come to you after the longest drought of creativity, it’s pretty much the best feeling ever.
The weirdest thing about inspiration is that it seems to hit you like a wrecking ball at the most inconvenient of times and it forces you to work on it because the longer you keep putting it off, the idea begins to sound increasingly worse and uninspired. Eventually, you end up losing the idea for good because you never had the time to work on it or bring it to life. But for what it’s worst, the weirdest bits of inspiration are also the best ones. There’s no arguing that.
I get it. We all have our own priorities and we may not always be able to work on a random crumb of inspiration that we somehow came across after what feels like forever. But I’ve also noticed how I keep putting ideas in a notepad and then I forget all about them, so I work on other things instead, and all that I wanted to do never ends up happening. It’s a vicious cycle that I think a lot of us are stuck in, and I want to tell you that there isn’t anything wrong with working on new ideas while you still have others kept aside.
We’re no strangers to creative blocks, you and I. We choose to tackle them very differently, but I just want you all to know that it is perfectly okay to feel uninspired and unmotivated sometimes. How you choose to break out of that is what matters the most and I hope you know what to do with all the ideas you’ve been putting aside or the lack thereof.
Whatever works best for you, you know?