Novelty Revisions


One of an aspiring writer’s biggest struggles is balance. It’s a difficult thing to achieve, because there are no set recommendations for writers to follow to figure out when, how much and how often to write (if only …). You would love to be able to write from the moment you get home from work until you’re too tired to function … but most of the time, you can’t. Or don’t want to. Or you procrastinate. Or all of the above.

How can you balance your writing with work or school, and your social life, and your other hobbies, and those completely mindless activities we all hate to love? Here are a few suggestions.

This post will focus primarily on those of you who write in your spare time and not as part of your work day, but professional writers might benefit from a few of the suggestions below as…

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