Here’s a handy tool to minimize all those distractions during your writing time. Quality writing time is hard to get, and this may help make the most of it.
Good morning SEers, Joan here. Happy first day of Spring! I don’t know about you, but I look forward to the longer days of summer, especially those summer evenings. But I digress.
Are you a disciplined writer? I admit to being easily distracted, and it often interferes with my writing time. Here’s what an ideal writing day might look like for me.
I have the entire day to myself. I’m on vacation from my job. I don’t have any chores to do, errands to run, and I’m not expecting any visitors. My husband is at work, the cats are asleep, and I plan to write.
So, I sit down at my computer, open Scrivener, and get busy. An hour has passed, and I’ve written 2500 words.
Feeling energized, I take a short bathroom break and grab something cold from the refrigerator. The words are flowing, and I feel as if…
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