It’s Harder to Write in the Heat

And, right now, it’s very hot

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I’m exhausted right now.

And yet I got over eight hours of sleep the last two nights. I did about an hour of exercise both days. I’ve done some writing but nothing crazy. Am I stressed? Of course. But I’ve been stressed for about two years now, so that’s not the problem.

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A too-clever traveling poet, looking for writing opportunities. Screenwriter/Marketer/Author, “And One Day My Stars Will Burn.” https://linktr.ee/DamonFerrara

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Damon Ferrara

Damon Ferrara

A too-clever traveling poet, looking for writing opportunities. Screenwriter/Marketer/Author, “And One Day My Stars Will Burn.” https://linktr.ee/DamonFerrara

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