All along this path, I've learned a lot of lessons, some big and all-encompassing and others small and in the details. These nuggets may not seem all that earth-shattering, and you've probably heard them other places, but they're important and bear repeating. I'm going to limit this to just a handful since while I could write a book about it, we don't have that kind of space here. So, without further ado, here are some important things I learned on my crazy journey.
Ernest Hemingway said this about writing: "There's nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed." If you've been writing long at all, you know he's right. Why do we write? Simply put, we love it.