Lately I’ve found that my ability as a writer has caused me to harper on certain memories and continue to analyze them long after their finished. I write about, think about it and am often led to wonder “what could’ve happened differently if I did or didn’t do this”. Sure writing has helped w/ my curiousity and need to ask questions but sometimes I find in just doing to much. There are many moments where I feel split between the past and the present. I’ve come to realize that focusing on the presence will bring about a more fruitful life rather than harpering on something that happened so long ago. Worrying over what already transpired robs you of the chance to enjoy your moments of the present, create new better memories, engage in new things, meet new people and grow.
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I am a freelance copywriter, and copyeditor from Bronx, New York. I have been writing ever since I could remember back with random journal entries and short stories written in school. I have gone on to get both my Bachelors and Masters in English. I have been designing websites, writing copy, and editing the past six years. I believe communications and the arts are important vehicles through which individuals and brands can express their messages and connect to their intended audience. View all posts by Cherie