Doing as if no one is watching.

It frustrates me how many false starts I've had with blogging and getting back into a healthy exercise routine. Those are the first two things to go whenever I get busy or am on the road for work. When I'm working from home, it's easy for me to develop a healthy routine and set aside time for exercise and sharing my ideas. Unfortunately, I'm on the road more often than not. 

Moreover, I never feel like what I have is good enough to share. I'm concerned that there will be some typo that causes someone to think less of me. Scared that some idea that I have will offend someone I don't know. 

I need to push through those doubts and work from within. Too often I will be thinking about how my writing will be perceived. Will my viewpoint offend some reader. 

It's a censorship trap and it's preventing  me from being the best version of me. 

It's time to write, create, share, produce as if no one was watching. At the end of the day, I have to live with myself, and I don't want to look back on this time of my life as a series of "what if?" questions...