We all go though those moments of doubt as to what we should be doing with our lives. Where am I being called? Can I make a living doing that? What is my passion? I spent four hours yesterday with an accountability group called Wayfinders. It's through my church and is the second time I've been a part of a group like this. There are four of us and our mentor. We are digging deep trying to discover where we belong in this crazy world.
All of us are pseudo-emptynesters. Our children are off at college or on their own. We are no longer dealing with the day to day care of these humans and it makes us flounder a bit with our directions.
Of course, for me, creativity and writing is always in the forefront. I love creating characters, entertaining and knowing that my books are out there.
We are working through our past to discover where our future lies. (I'm hoping mine lies on the open road.) Having accountability, someone or many someones checking on my progress, keeps me moving forward toward my big goal. I use small steps to reach the goal line.
The same thing happens with my critique group. They keep me moving forward and making my book the best it can be though weekly Skype calls.
We all need some form of accountability. Who is your accountability partner?
As always, email me at AuthorMichelleLibby@gmail.com with thoughts, comments or ideas.
About the author
Michelle Libby writes about love, sex, life and happily ever afters, while keeping up with her adult children and finding new projects to fall in love with. Have you seen the coloring books?