Delete delete delete

thats all I do with everything. So perfectioistic that it drives me insane. If a blog post or anything for that matter is not perfect I delete it. I lose so much. I don’t know how to stop caring so much about it being perfect.


9 thoughts on “Delete delete delete

  1. I am sorry you are having a rough go of it. I understand the perfectionist thing. I am like that with my writing as well. But I believe you need to give yourself a break and a wee bit of credit, too. It is not how you write or do things. It is the result that matters. I can feel your frustration when I read your posts. It is good if people feel what you are saying/writing. Is that not the point of writing in the first place? To get people to feel what you are writing? In all my years of writing, whether on my blog, making study guides when I led Bible studies, or even just writing for the sake of writing, I found that most of the time more is said in the short, stick-to-it sentences than in even the most eloquently written novel. So, what am I saying here? A long story with perfect grammatical structure says nothing when compared to one word that truly expresses one’s heart. Keep writing! We all know what you are saying.

    Albert Einstein once said, “Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” Well, the same can be said about perfectionism.

    Sit back and enjoy this day of rest the Lord has made! πŸ™‚

    BTW — I love your header image. It is very lovely.

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  2. Not many people know this about me, but when I write a post I sometimes take a week or two to write it. And then when I publish it if I notice one thing “not right” I will not sleep until I correct it.


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