Listen to your gut instinct. Ultimately, you need to make a choice based on what feels right to you. "Nearly all the time, when someone is ambivalent, it's because they're trying to convince themselves to do something they don't want to do, or not to do something they want to do," Rettig says.
If you've ever done a coaching class with me, you know that one of my favorite comments is: "you're over-thinking this."
Writers write-think. We think AS WE WRITE, because writing is always a process of discovering what you want to say...
Mostly, what you want to write is locked away in your right brain, which is non-verbal. Thinking about what you're writing won't access that material. Writing will.