No, this isn't another Pitfall post. Just an observation. With all the crud that's been going on, I've really had the point knocked home: Take the time to write whenever you can.
My hip is still farged up, and I can only sit for about 30 minutes max at a time. (Well, if I want to be able to get up afterwards and walk more than a step or two.) Also, it seems to be better in the morning than later in the day. Sooo...
I read my blogs and comment where I can first thing in the morning, then I get right on the book. (Sorry to everyone who hasn't been getting comments lately.) I type for as long as I can then I hit the couch. After giving the old hip a break, I try to write again in the afternoon. Finally, if I'm feeling okay, I sit here again. If I keep to a schedule like that, I just might make it. It's what I did on Sunday and again Tuesday. (Monday was errand day, so I was toast before I even got a chance to write.)
Add in the other things that take me away from the keyboard, and I really do have to make the most of whatever time I have. If that means ten minutes, I write for ten minutes. If it's longer, I write as much as I can in for as long as I can.
Okay, since I'm still a fully functioning body-system, I'm off to write a bit. I hope you have a great day. Wish me luck. ;o)
I agree, write whenever you can! A year ago I was one of those "I need to be in the mood, and I need to have 5 hours free before I can write" types. Over the summer, however, I learned that I need to write whenever. This really hit home when school started. Sadly, my brain generally restricts me to weekend writing.ReplyDelete
Good luck writing! I hope the hip cooperates and gets better soon! -hugs-