2.3 seconds later.
I'm very efficient at positive self-talk.
After that I sit down to type the aforementioned genius idea and am immediately besieged by writer's block.
I get mad and start pinning random DIY projects until I realize I'm being a pansy, and I'm like:
So then I'm all,
The words start flowing, and I'm like this:
Ten minutes later, I stop to look over what I've written so far, and all I can think is:
I finally finish my post, and I'm like,
Then I hit publish and wait for comments.
After I get a comment:
Unless it's a mean one, in which case I'm like,
But secretly I'm in the corner doing this:
After I finish my two boxes of thin mints (okay five), I'm like,
And that's pretty much the end of it (no pun intended) until a few days later, when I go back and read my post, you know, just for kicks, and I see a typo.
So then I fix the typo as quickly as possible and that's pretty much definitely the end of it until a few days later, when I go back and read my post. Again, just for kicks. And I start rethinking the genius of everything I wrote. I'm sitting there like,
Blogging. It's a vicious cycle of ups and downs, my friends. Do tread with caution.
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