4 reasons to carve out designated writing time

Great tips from, Meelie 😃

Uninspired Writers

Writing required commitment, but it’s not always easy to find time in ourbusy lives. Yet, if it’s something we want to pursue, it’s something we have to do. Recently, alongside fitting writing in whenever I can, I’ve set aside designated writing time. Two hours on a Sunday, when I shut off from the world and focus entirely on my novel. Your time can be as short or as long as you like, based on the time you’re able to give. Here’s the reasons why this works so well…

Guilt free writing time
It can be a vicious circle, being a writer. We feel guilty when we’re not writing, and we feel guilty when we are writing, but there are other things that need to be done. Setting aside an ‘official’ writing time enables you to write guilt free. Designated writing time forces your brain to recognise that’s what…

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