Time to write.
A few days ago, I read an article proposing that the best time to write was in the morning.
Will it work for you?
The day was filled with noise. Tonight you’re sleepy, feeling very tired.
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If your mind is completely clear, wouldn’t it be clear of creativity too?
The reason that most writers — “good” writers — choose to write at night, is because their mornings, afternoons, and early evenings have filled their bodies with inspiration.
This call for no argument. None at all.
Writing before you brush your teeth is incredibly bad hygiene, but it makes writing become a race to the finish.
If early mornings go well with you, flex your muscles. You rock really hard at night too? Pour your thoughts all out.
Don’t spend time trying to choose the perfect time. Don’t bother about perfect writing, just write.
You can set goals. And crush them really hard. Don’t joke with it.
When the inspiration hits, don’t fail to exhibit.
When the Inspiration Hits
The best way to get my writing done is if I do it well before my post goes live. Unfortunately, that doesn’t always happen.
And I need to have a few tricks up my sleeve of how I can dip my toes in my own secret pool of inspiration.
More often than not, when I can’t write, it is because I am blocking myself. I’ve got a schedule to abide by here, and sometimes I’m in a crunch.
I need to write, but nothing comes out.