7 Tips to Improve Your Writing Time

Improve writing time

Sometimes, the hardest part about writing is simply sitting down to do it. Between work, family, and social obligations, the time and motivation to write is often chipped away at and ultimately put off until “tomorrow.”

Of course, tomorrow comes, and none of yesterday’s demands have lessened (and may have actually increased), and so the cycle continues.

When it comes to being a writer, maintaining consistency in your writing practice is what makes or breaks your success. Continue reading “7 Tips to Improve Your Writing Time”

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5 Ways to Organize Your Writing with Evernote

Me, eight weeks ago:

Laid out in rows and piles and stacks before me are various scraps of paper, notepads, and magazines. My computer browser has an ever-growing bookmarks list in files like “Writing Resources” and “Blog Resources.” I am riffling through them all with growing frustration as I try to find “that paper” upon which I had written down my latest and greatest idea.

Sound familiar? Continue reading “5 Ways to Organize Your Writing with Evernote”