Stanley Tucci Once Said…

Stanley Tucci was born on November 11, 1960. Stanley is an American actor, writer, producer, film director and former fashion model. I loved him as Paul Child in Julie & Julia with Meryl Streep and also with her in The Devil Wears Prada with Anne Hathaway.

If you find that thing you love, it doesn’t necessarily matter whether you do it well or not, you just need to do it. – Stanley Tucci

For artists such as myself I think we’re drawn to many facets of possibilities and we push ourselves to try different avenues to find out what our niche is. I believe I will always take pictures and consider myself a photographer, while I haven’t drawn nor painted in awhile I know I will do some of that as well but this year I have been concentrating on disciplining myself with writing. I have always wanted to write a book and I believe this will help guide that.

A dream that you don’t fight for can haunt you for the rest of your life. – Stanley Tucci

I believe that this is a strong notion and I think that’s why I had decided I will write every single day for a year. Yes I do want to write after that but I haven’t quite figured out what I am going to do with it. Because this is part of a dream that has haunted me but also drawn me to creative writing and blogging I feel that I get to push this haunt away.

But usually I’ll wake up and start writing about nine o’clock. I’ll probably write for about three hours, and I’ll do that over the next month and a half. – Stanley Tucci

I think when you’re a writer you do have certain times of the day or evening that the words flow faster and easier. Usually for me that is after he’s gone to bed and if I don’t have to wake up but I have found during this pandemic that I was writing in the mornings before I started my job. Because I have a 7-4 job I have to adjust it to doing it after work (mostly) and on my days off. I also have been trying to get as much writing in as possible or planning ahead. I find it interesting and was concerned when I started my job what was going to happen with my writing but here we are four months later and not missing a beat.

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