I'd spent years of my adult life wishing I could have my own moment of clarity so I could eliminate all the crap from my life, to no avail. But in the very moment I made the difficult choice to live, I was able to look so clearly at my life and see the simplest, most important path, and how to get there.
I write when I'm inspired and publish only when I'm ready. I don't read comment forums and I block communication from harassing strangers. I connect with at least one close friend per day, preferably in person. I sing constantly, loudly, and usually only for myself (or dogs). I'm doing the best that I can and trying to greet each new day with wonder and gratitude.
When you write, don't worry about spelling. Don't worry about sentence structure. Just write. You can always take care of grammar at a later date. Don't interrupt your free flow of thoughts. Write as if you are the only one who will ever read what you're writing -- that's how the authentic you emerges.