I wish my toner cartridges weren’t so expensive (more expensive than the cost of the paper I use for printouts). Probably more expensive than the printer itself these days.
I don’t like those days where writing is a struggle (though I find if say I struggle with a short story, I don’t with a novel. There’s a natural law here somewhere I expect). I also feel frustrated when a story doesn’t seem to come right, even after editing. I have abandoned the odd piece when that happens. (Though it doesn’t rule out the possibility of coming back to these pieces later). I’m glad to say this doesn’t happen often. Usually I rest a piece and then re-examine it and after a break from it I can see what’s wrong and amend it. I do get pleasure out of strengthening a story after a darned good edit.
I love having acceptances for my stories. A little verification goes a very long way.
I loathe it when writing is a struggle and there doesn’t appear to be a reason for the struggle (i.e. if I’m not well or something, I can see I might struggle, my creative side is ill alongside my physical side).