It has been a while since I last posted, nevertheless it does not mean I am not writing. I still am editing my first novel draft.
I have been out of the groove with blogging but now I am established in a new house, a regular routine with work and have an office surrounded by my library. Hopefully with these things finally in place I can get in routine and jump back onto National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and blogging.
If you are a new follower, I thank you and sorry for the absence.
One of the regular posts I used to do was, Tuesday Discussion. If you are unsure what I mean you can check out my last post ——– here ———
With NaNoWriMo this month, we have to organize our life schedule.
This weeks Tuesday Discussion is: Finding Time To Write
How do you find time to write? And do you need your own writing space?
For me, It’s tough. Since I have been working as Teacher’s Aide for children with autism, I set timers.
I did a post a while ago about how to break writer’s blocks (here it is) and my fourth point is – Allocate time. I set a timer and turn off all my devices and write pen onto paper. I set thirty minute timer and if I am still in the writing frame of mind, I reset it.
This method helps write when I sit down but to find time, I either do it late at night or early in the morning when the world is still and silent.
Yes, I definitely need my own space hence, the delayed blog posts. I like being surrounded by either my bookcases at home or somewhere away from notifications, crowds and distractions.
How do you find time to write?
And, do you need to write in your own space?
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