Here’s a great post from Matt about his writing routine. H e has some great ideas. I love the way he ‘logs in’ with a fellow blogger to say he’s started. Writing can be a very lonely occupation so it’s so good to share.
One of the more common questions I’ve heard is “How do you get through writer’s block?” or “How do you find time to write?”
In my blog “confessions,” I talked about my work day. I’m going to delve into that a bit more, but what I hope to address is the distinction between “finding time to read,” “writer’s block” and just plain prioritizing.
I’m a big believer in routine. I think consistency breeds consistency. Perfect practice leads to perfect performance. I’m not perfect by any stretch of the imagination in any regard, but I’ve found a thing or two that works for me.
First: My schedule. I usually wake up at 6 a.m. I get up, go the the bathroom, go right back down to my room and shut my eyes for another 10-15 minutes. I don’t like waking up early. I worked night shifts in my younger…
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