Write A Little Every Day

Terrific post by Midge Raymond at Beyond the Margins – 5 Tips (and Prompts) for How to be an everyday writer.

I particularly like this piece of advice — perfect for if you have brain burnout after a long day at work:

Write a list of writing-related tasks that inform your project but that don’t involve creating new work—such as web research, travel, interviews, reading, watching documentaries. Keep this list handy and turn to it whenever you have extra time for your project but don’t have the creative energy to compose new work.

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