- Make a list of all the “possible” time slots in your day that you could devote to writing but aren’t. Or make a list of the distractions you have in place that could be pushed aside to make way for writing. Ignore the voices that say “It’s too hard” or “It won’t happen.” Now look at your list and pick two time slots in which you can write or two distractions you can replace with writing time.
2. Select from one of these fantastic apps (list found on p. 38) that don’t allow you to access the Internet within set times or only allow access within certain parameters (such as allowing you to only access certain sites). This will prevent the temptation to go online to peruse your Twitter feed or a friend’s blog when you’ve committed to writing.
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