When you’re a writer, particularly one with a job or family (or both) it can be difficult to find the time you need to write. In fact, it can be downright impossible. This article will help you master your time so you can finally carve out the time you need to write
Make Writing A Priority
We live in a world that attaches an immediate monetary value to everything. In other words, if something doesn’t make us money instantly, it’s considered a luxury, not a necessity. Nowhere is this more true than writing. Because books make their money slowly over time, people feel that writers are ‘playing not working’ when they’re writing. This leads to our friends and families making impositions on our writing time. After all, they reason, we’re not really working we’re playing.
Don’t expect them to understand this, they won’t. Just learn to say no to requests made during your writing time. Eventually, they will get the message even if they don’t understand it.
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