Getting Past Those Rainy Day Blues

Rainy days should be great for writing. Not for me. They’re lazy days. I’m not kidding. It’s like my mind wants to veg out. So I need to go somewhere to stimulate my brain and get the blood flowing.

Today I decided to spend my morning in a bookstore. Granted, the store I go to is not one that lends itself to a cozy sit down with a latte and some writing. But, it’s the closest one, and I don’t always feel like wasting the gas to drive far away.

Speaking of places to write, where is your favorite place to sit down with your computer and churn out your novel? I do prefer being at home, even with all the distractions. But I like my workspace a lot.

Published by Luis Hernandez

I'm blessed. Most of my professional career, almost 20 years, I've spent as a journalist. Some of it was in print, a little in television, but most of it in radio. I've worked with some wonderfully talented producers and directors in those two decades. It would take pages to elaborate on all of the experiences I've had as a reporter, producer and host. Needless to say they include opportunities talking with leaders of state, religious leaders, civic leaders, writers, artists and entertainers. The last couple decades have been a lot of fun. But, the next couple decades will be far better.

3 thoughts on “Getting Past Those Rainy Day Blues

  1. I agree with you. Once the rain starts, all I can think about is napping. 😂 I tend to write better outside of my home. There are less distractions and the desire to get back home forces me to really use my time wisely while out.


      1. I’ve learned in order to write from home, I need to disconnect from the internet. Away from the WiFi and the social media and distraction searching. Just old school computer to type on with nothing but word to keep me company.


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