You decided to show up. “I’m going to do this thing,” you say to yourself. “I’m going to dedicate time every day to practicing hand lettering.”
It’s morning. You sit down at your desk in front of a blank page. The sun is just now starting to come through the blinds in the window. It’s casting a beam of light onto your fresh, white paper.
But there’s a problem: your mind is absolutely blank. You have no idea what to write. You look around frantically for inspiration, but nothing interesting stands out.
What went wrong?