Another Wednesday, another lesson. Today, we’re looking at making time to write.
I know, I’ve talked about this before. This week, it looks like it’s a lesson I could learn, too.
I thought I was doing a lot of writing. Really, I thought I was. I was making progress on my books, and yet, this week I learned that I’m actually not making that much progress.
Confused yet? I am, too.
Last week, I started a Facebook author page (which I hope to remember to put in the contact page), and I keep my followers updated daily on how my progress is going. I thought for sure that I would be telling them that I had gotten a lot of writing done every single day.
Boy, was I off.
It seems like most days I was saying that no writing had been done. Absolutely none. On the days I did write, it wasn’t a lot. I had edited a chapter and written a chapter. Gosh darn, I feel terrible about not writing as much as I thought.
So, what was I not doing? Making time to write. That’s right, I wasn’t doing what I’m so big on. I’ve always wanted people to make time to write, so why wasn’t I doing the same thing? It’s disturbing to realize, to say the least.
Don’t be like me. Actually make time to write. I know I’ll be making the change. You have time to read this, you have time to write. I have time to write this, I have time to write.
So, ready to make that difference with me? It’s time. One, two, three, go.