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ZampaPaws

A Lost Wish

So, IDK, lol.

I love starting projects, getting far in them, and then, I usually give up. I was reading my story in my scraps folder, and remembering, "oh yeah, I was working on that!". I don't want to keep working on it. It has alot of problems already, and if I tried fixing them, I'd end up blocking myself from finishing the story itself because I would get caught up in my mistakes.

I also have Boarding to finish (at least 15 songs; so at least 6 or more songs left to write), but I always feel completely uninspired and unmotivated to get that done, and it's probably because yeah, I admit it. Making an album based off Boards Of Canada is pretty difficult, no matter if you have infinite VSTs at your side to help aide you.

Lastly, I STILL have yet to complete The Four Drifters, which is a novel I've been conceiving for eons, literally. That project was started in middle school, out of random hilariousness, but then in late high school to early college, I decided on re-writing the script to make it serious. I finished college, and I STILL haven't made much progress.

I'm always extremely unmotivated to finish the big projects I start, and I don't know why.
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Reizinho
2 weeks, 3 days ago
Because big projects are really harder to keep going. But a story doesn't need to be big to be good. I think you should a series of short stories, rather than one big story.
ThaPig
2 weeks, 2 days ago
I start so many projects I never finish that I have to burn them from time to time or the pile of paper would take all the room.
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