We acknowledged that our writing had value.Motivation To Write- Value Your Writing
We made a commitment to write Motivation To Write- Make a Commitment
And now we need to look for and find time when we are going to write, and make a firm place for it in our schedules.
“I’ll write when I have a moment…” or “…when the spirit moves me…” or “…when I have time…” never works. There’s always something that will try to distract you if you let it, and “I’ll write some day…” becomes “I never have time to write…”
So sit down and look at your present schedule.
- When do you have time to write?
- When could you make time to write?
- What could you put aside, for now or forever, to open up time to write?
Is writing more important to you than one more magazine or tv show or an extra hour online? If so, why not cut down or cut out less important things to leave time to write?
And, once you’ve found the time, schedule it firmly. Write it on the calendar. Write it in your date book. Tell your family “this is my time to write, so if the house isn’t on fire and nobody’s bleeding out, can we talk a little later?…”
and keep your appointment with your Muse
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