Don't let last week's questions discourage you. None of your discoveries about your weaknesses is fatal. These are things you can fix:
- Buy a dictionary and a "Grammar for Dummies" book. And read them!
- Find a community college and take a typing class or a computer class.
- Add a new memory chip to that old computer. Or clean out some of those silly games. You're not going to have much time for farming or candy-crushing. You have a book to write.
- Get your library card and explore all the research sources the library has to offer
- Clean out a closet (Goodwill will thank you) and put a desk in there.
- Schedule a writing hour several days a week. if you put it on your calendar, chances are good that you'll actually do it.
And what do you do about that last question? It's the crucial one. This is your big test. If you are really a writer, you'll find ways to write. If you can't make room in your plans for writing, then think about taking up another hobby --tiddly-winks, perhaps.