Individuals vary so much, our lifestyles dictate our calender. What works for one person will not work for the next. Think what works for you, and schedule when is the best time for YOU to write.
HINTS to help your writing flow:
- Make a Writing Schedule to suit your lifestyle, make it realistic.
- If after two weeks your Writing Schedule is not working – change it – it means it is the wrong plan and it is not suiting your lifestyle.
- Try to write in two hour blocks. I find if you only write for one hour at a time you are not giving yourself the opportunity to explore your creativity on a deep level. Commit to writing for two hours – which could be developing your story, doing writing exercises or writing your book – or all of the above. See if two hours makes a difference in reaching a deeper level of creativity. Be aware of the outcome and repeat the process that works best for you.
- When you complete a writing session, immediately make a date with yourself and schedule the next writing session – a date and time that suits your current lifestyle. Stick to this date – but if you have to change it – revise your writing date and lock it in to your diary.