Productive Escape

Keep it that way

Writing is a productive escape for me. Putting down words on paper and then fiddling around with them until I’ve said what I wanted to say. But if you’re not careful, even productive escapes can become unproductive. If you get lost in the world too much, it stops you from doing other things and can be its own form of procrastination.

For a productive escape to remain so, you need to ascertain boundaries and you need to stick to them too. Otherwise you risk all that hard work going up in smoke. If you have a productive escape, keep it that way.

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