How to Find Time to Write When You Still Have a Day Job

The fact of the matter is, you might be able to maintain two 40 hour jobs per week, at least for a little while, but that level of intense output can't be sustained for very long without a complete burnout. Even knowing this logically, I still often found myself disappointed that I wasn't doing more, and that I wasn't keeping pace with the legends of fiction writing.

My Own Pomodoro Technique that Works [Pomodoro Series: Part Two]

Last time I talked about the Pomodoro technique and why it utterly failed for me. If you missed the post, go check it out. No seriously. Go. In the briefest recap ever, I loved the idea of Pomodoro and kept attempting it over and over without success, then I assessed why I kept failing so hard at this and a new idea was born.

Why the Pomodoro Technique Didn’t Work for Me [Pomodoro Series: Part One]

I wanted to continue our discussion on using our time wisely, and I wanted to talk a little bit about the Pomodoro Technique because it is an important tool for task management big and small. I have to tell you that the moment I heard of this, I immediately loved the idea and could see the many applications of it. For some reason, I kept coming back to it over and over again but could never make it work.

Five Word Count Killers (and How to Avoid Them)

Whenever you go to author blogs or hear interviews from your favorite author, the number one piece of advice is always to write every day. While it is good in theory, for an Indie Author, it doesn't always work that way. Starting a writing habit is extremely difficult. Life so easily gets in the way. So here are the 5 worst word count killers, and how to avoid them.

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