Can you name one thing that could harm your writing if you
do it—and if you don’t? Writing “routines” might not be the first answer to pop
to mind. But nothing affects our writing more than the routine (or
lack of one) with which we implement our writing into our day. Unfortunately,
if we don’t approach routines with just the right mindset, they can cause more
harm than good. Let’s take a look at some of the pros and cons of both routines
and the lack of them.
|Sometimes writing routines can make us feel like hamsters in a wheel, and sometimes they can be just the thing to free our creativity.|
The Routine-I-Need-My-Routine Approach
The Pros of Routines
The Cons of Routines
The Routine-What-Routine? Approach
The Pros of No Routines
The Cons of No Routines
Tell me your opinion: Are you a routine or a non-routine person?
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Story by K.M. Weiland