2 Simple Ways To Switch Into Writer Mode

K.M. Allan

Concentration is hard to come by at the best of times, but as we’re currently experiencing the worst of times, it’s downright rare.

Time to write is just as scarce some days, with new Coronavirus world responsibilities taking priority. When you do get the chance to write, you might find that diving straight into work isn’t happening like you thought it would.

I’ve been experiencing this lately and finding it so frustrating. Even re-arranging my writing routine, getting up earlier (like 5am early), and cutting back on my blogging wasn’t upping my writing productivity, and it felt like I was getting nowhere. I needed to make smarter changes and here are the two things I did to get myself on track.

2 Simple Ways To Switch Into Writer Mode

1. Know What You’re Doing

Not in life (although I hear that helps), but in what you’re working on this

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