Saturday, March 26, 2016

Finding Time

The endless cliches about time slipping through our fingers are cliches for a reason. Our time each day is finite.

If we only have short bursts of time to write, revise, submit and read each day, how can we make those few minutes count?

Reading my current piece each morning and at night helps me to work through it even when I'm not technically writing. If I choose a particular "problem" or, more positively, "challenge," to sort out during the day, then I can attempt to focus on that during down moments (laundry, washing the dishes.) I might even email myself a copy of the piece so that I review it on the phone at any point in the day.

How do you best use your time for writing?

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