October Will Be Better

At the end of August I had some ambitious plans. This being 2020, I should have known better that to expect anything to go well. So here, on 21 September I am officially giving up on everything I wanted to get done this month. I will start again next month. October will be better. Beside that you can write appointments, reminders, events, anything you want to remember.

This means that series I had planned will be pushed back. I’ve been spending the past several days catching my breath and planning. That includes making contingencies for when 2020 decides to keep being all 2020 about things. I have to keep pushing forward somehow, though.

So the rest of this month I’ll be making some ad-hoc posts about winging thing, catching up, and how I’m trying to prepare for 2021. It’s all kind of terrifying, and I’ll explain more about that in a future post. What I need to do is trust my own processes, and have faith that taking a beat to readjust and reset some things is going to pay off both financially and creatively than just trying to push through with a plan that’s already be thrown entirely off kilter.

October Will Be Better

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About Berin Kinsman

Berin Kinsman is a writer, game designer, and owner/publisher at Dancing Lights Press. An American by accident of birth, he currently lives in Finland with his wife, artist Katie Kinsman.

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