How I Wrote 50,000 Words In 30 Days Even Though I ‘Didn’t Have Time’

Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog with How I Wrote 50,000 Words In 30 Days Even Though I ‘Didn’t Have Time’

Meg Dowell Writes

Time is the greatest opponent of almost every living writer, whether you know it or not.

We like to think we know how to manage it. But we don’t. Not really.

Yes, you CAN write when you don’t think you have enough time. The question is, will you?

I’m not going to spend this post talking about avoiding distractions and giving certain things up because this is really a given at this point. I will talk more about it in the future because I know many of you struggle with these things and I am clearly here to help in any way I can.

But for now, let’s focus on a few things I know you don’t want to talk about — but we are going to talk about them anyway: Creating schedules, how to stay on track when you fall behind, and why “writing only when you feel like…

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