Friday, March 2, 2012

Making Time to Write

I think it's important that we take writing seriously if we want to become a writer. And taking writing seriously means we make time for it.

We may make time for errands
For doing our chores, and that includes household and outside work responsibilities
We may even make time to watch our favorite movie on television

Photo by: Martin Pettitt, courtesy of Flickr
But do we make time to write?

We do if we want to see success in our writing. Without the motivation and action to actually DO something, we're like those folks who are always saying, "I've always wanted to write a book," and then, you guessed it, they never do.

Writing is a job too. We may not think of it as a job because we enjoy it so much, but the best jobs out there pay us to do what we love to do.

Today, if you're using "excuses" rather than "action" to write, take a moment and consider what you can do today that will relive some time for writing.

And then do it.
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