Another post for any of you out there who want to create something of your own, but claim you're too busy and can't find the time:
Can you tell me, with a straight face no less, that you don't have the ability to dedicate a mere 30 minutes a day to a specific creative project?
You mean to tell me you'd rather spend that time the way you've always spent it--on your everyday life? How's that going for you?
Are you really that unimaginative?
If you take tiny steps towards a clearly defined goal, and take those tiny steps relentlessly, you will accomplish that goal. It doesn't matter what the goal is: a novel, a new blog, a short story collection, a collection of music compositions, a series of one-act plays. Whatever discipline or passion you choose, it will get done.
Define your goals clearly and take action--every day. Remember, these are your life dreams. Why aren't you more relentless about them?