Check out these 12 Mid-week Reminders to Get You Through the Rest of Your Writing from this post on the Novelty Revisions Blog
1. Some words are better than no words. Even the worst writing you have ever done can teach you something about yourself, your work, and where to go from here.
2. In writing, there is no such thing as “failure.” The only way to fail is to not write anything. The rest of it is just a series of attempts, which all, ideally, make you a better writer even when those attempts don’t turn into successes.
3. It’s OK to take breaks. In fact, not taking breaks will cost you more writing time in the long term than taking the occasional break will.
4. If you don’t get it all done, it’s OK. I don’t think any of us are ever really “all caught up” on work (even if we’d like to think we are).
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