I have been completely obsessed with planning. I absolutely love planning my days off so that I’m productive, and I feel this is good practice for if I get to a point where I can actually become a full time writer.
I find that, when I put in print what I aim to do, I actually stick to it. It’s as if I’m tricking my brain into thinking of it as something it can’t get out of – it’s work. You have a deadline.
write or die >1,000 words 1,033 words in 30 minutes
Deadwood (I finished The Tudors!) episode (Brainstorm & Plan during this time)
Write or die >1,000 words 1,020 words in 25 minutes.
Articles/Blog posts (Art&craft of writing)
Just for fun:
write or die >1,000 words 1,044 in 20 minutes.
Write or die >1,000 words 1,025 in 25 minutes
write or die >1,000 words 1,013 in 30 minutes.
For those of you who don’t know, I work nights now so I remain in the same pattern by setting my schedules accordingly. I actually find it so much easier at night too as there are fewer distractions – it’s so calm. I love nights!
I’ll keep bobbing in to edit the post as I work my way through and update totals at the end.