You Might Be Scheduling Your Writing Time All Wrong

Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog that tells us: You Might Be Scheduling Your Writing Time All Wrong

Meg Dowell Writes

Making the time to write is universally one of the most challenging parts of being a writer.

It does not matter how long you have been writing, how much or little experience you have, how much you have or have not published, how close to your definition of “success” you happen to be at right now. Writing time is precious, but for some reason, each and every one of us seem to struggle with this in different but equally exhausting ways.

Why is it so difficult to manage writing time? Probably because most of us have absolutely no idea how to make time for anything that does not involve an appointment or a solid due date … or other people sending you passive aggressive emails asking you why you haven’t turned in your work yet because it should have been done by now but technically I can’t tell you what…

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