Treat Your Writing Like ‘Real’ Work If You Want to Succeed


Check out this post from the Novelty Revisions blog that tells us to Treat Your Writing Like ‘Real’ Work If You Want to Succeed

Meg Dowell Writes

There is nothing wrong with treating writing as a hobby. There is nothing wrong with treating it as your full-time job either, even when it technically isn’t.

However, how you treat your writing time — how “serious” of an approach you apply to your writing sessions and schedules — can have a direct impact on how many of your writing goals you are able to achieve, and how efficiently (or not) you are able to achieve them.

What happens when you put as much work into your writing as you do your ‘real’ job — even when it isn’t?

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