Category Archive: Making Time

The Little Things

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We all do our best not to sweat them, but we should also see what we can to do them. With as much as I have going on in my non-writing life, getting… Continue reading

Stealing Time for Creativity

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A couple of weeks ago, I had to spend the morning in a hospital waiting room while a loved one had a procedure done. I knew it wasn’t going to be a huge… Continue reading

The Least I Can Do

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Do you ever have those days where you don’t want to do a thing? Not a single thing? I’m having one of those days right now. Let’s take a peak at my internal processes.… Continue reading

Starting a Writing Regiment

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The one piece of advice I hear over and over again on how to be a writer is a rather simple tidbit. Just write. It’s not wrong. If you’re not writing, you have… Continue reading

All Tied in Knots

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It’s confession time, again. And there’s nothing worse than posting one of these that sounds more like a list of excuses than a list of accomplishments. I have a little of both this… Continue reading

Hard Choices

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By S. C. Green I find it quite ironic that this week’s topic is “Making Time”, and I’ve been unsuccessful in finding anytime at all to write my post. I could throw out a number of excuses: my wife needed… Continue reading

Fitting Creativity into a Busy Life

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By Amy K. Nichols “When God made time, he made plenty of it.” ~ Irish saying I’m a writer. I’m mom to two young children and wife to one big kid. I work… Continue reading

Separating the Real from the Ideal

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Happy MLK Day! Today, a quick post on taking time for writing. My last post, on writer’s block, was quite lengthy, so this one is going to be brief. I used to think… Continue reading

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