We all know how important it is for us writers to, well, write.
I've been writing for...uh..(hold on while I count in my head)....four years now (or is it five?) and I honestly thought it would get easier as I went. I mean, the Offspring is getting older, I'm getting more comfortable with what I'm doing, blah, blah, blah. But I've found the opposite to be true. Now it's like squeezing juice from a raisin to find the time to just sit and write.
I know the majority of you have jobs, families, children and everything else that fills yours hours, so HOW DO YOU DO IT? And for those of you who are published, how do you manage to keep up all that networking, editing, deadlines, releases, etc, and find time to jot down something new?
I've heard all about the scheduling time, priorities, etc. I'm a total pantster, and writing makes me feel free from the constrictive and rigid everyday grind, but "scheduling" writing just does not work for me. Heh, maybe that's my problem. :-) Maybe if I scheduled and was able to actually write when forced to, I could do it. I WISH that was the case. That would make my life so much easier.
So tell me how you all do it? Where do you find your balance? Do you have a magic clock in your pocket that gives you extra hours? Huh, huh, DO YA? ;-)
Guess what day it is? Guess. What. Day. It. IS? Come one! I know you know!
H U M P D A Y
Oh, and before you go!!!
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