It’s my Writers Alley day! I’m over there sharing tips with writers on how to make their story setting unique and realistic. If you have a minute, come over and say hi!
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Happy Wednesday, everyone!
I’m doing a little switcheroo on my Wednesday posts. Every other week I post over at my group blog, The Writers Alley, and I’ve discovered it’s really hard to be two places at once. (Shocking, I know. )
So in an effort to maximize my time, I’ve decided to provide a link on my Writers Alley days and leave it at that. I hope you all don’t mind!
This week, I’m sharing four ways that writers can incorporate health and wellness into their writing routines. I hope to see you all over there! And if you don’t have time to blog hop today, feel free to jump in the comments here and say hi!
I should preface this post by saying the title is misleading. To explain, let’s take a look at my former life.
When I needed to get any writing done, I usually worked here…
Not a desk to be found, right? Let’s just talk about the challenges with this arrangement. Yes, it allowed me to multi-task. But it also meant that any time the TV was on, food was cooking, or people were present (um, which is like all the time), I couldn’t focus.
So I went to Target, bought a relatively cheap, compact desk that fits in a corner of my bedroom, and voila.
Do you have an office space in your home? How often do you hide away there? Do you need absolute silence to get any work done, or can you work with chaos in the background?