1. Understand Your “Why”
Knowing what your reason is for writing will give you momentum when times are tough or you don’t feel like writing. Maybe you want to make enough income from your writing that you can stay home with your kids, buy a new car, or build up income for retirement. That “why”, if you use it to remind yourself, will help you make choices about your time that you might not make otherwise.
2. Plan Your Writing Time
Don’t wait until the mood strikes you or the house is in perfect order—or whatever it is that you think has to happen before you sit down and write. The circumstances you think you need before everything can come together may never exist, or exist so infrequently that you never get anything written.
Put an actual time on your calendar and stick to that time.
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