There's an expression that horse trainers use whenever a client's ride becomes difficult - "Keep riding through it." I've heard it at least a hundred times while riding my horse. It's a function of good horsemanship. If you give up or get off in the midst of difficulties, you might win the battle that day but lose the war in the long run. Learning to be really good at something takes persistence and time. Such it is with life; so it is with writing.
My friend and fellow writer, Liese Gardner, posted an exceptional article on May 28th, entitled, "Weekend Inspiration: The Moment." In it, she describes the things we never seem to have time for anymore. She writes: