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  1. Joyce Anderson
    04/02/2016 @ 13:03 PM

    Scheduling daily writing time is important if you want to be producing content on a consistent basis. It is the first task I accomplish each day while my mind is fresh and the whole day lies before me. Even a block of 60 minutes a day can accomplish so much. Great article 🙂

    • mquiet
      04/02/2016 @ 14:08 PM

      Yes, it really is amazing what just an hour or so of solid writing time each day can do for one’s skill! I know Hemingway cherished writing first thing in the morning. There is something to be said about such a peaceful time of day 🙂

      • Jesse
        04/11/2016 @ 23:50 PM

        I agree with you guys. I was struggling with producing content on a consistent basis. Writing a weekly blog post and a newsletter was always a huge wall that I needed to climb, so I decided to take a step back. Instead of scheduling several daily hours for work on a blog posts or other non-client related articles, I now only place a daily 60 minute writing block on my calendar. For me, this task also needs to be finished in the morning, because it is indeed nice to write creatively when the mind is still fresh and the day is still so peaceful and quiet.

        The tip about reading is also great. I strongly feel that I would never have become a writer if I wouldn’t have had such a profound love for reading.

        • mquiet
          04/14/2016 @ 20:57 PM

          An hour in the morning seems to be a popular time to do some personal writing…and yes, reading a little everyday, too, is a great way to boost your creativity and recharge for some more writing. I find reading before sleep is relaxing.Thanks for sharing your thoughts!

  2. Lianne
    04/04/2016 @ 04:52 AM

    Very helpful! Yes, I believe that a daily writing schedule helps a lot! Now to schedule in that writing time…

    • mquiet
      04/04/2016 @ 10:43 AM

      Do it! You will love yourself after you knock out some writing that you have been meaning to do. Every bit counts and makes you that much better of a writer.

  3. Obodo Charles
    05/17/2016 @ 12:24 PM

    Writers block is a common occurrence with writers, sometimes you’re not just in the mood to write, your brain simply goes blank or empty, there is no inspiration or creativity. One way through I overcome such situation is to take my mind off writing and relax through some recreational activities, by this I get refreshed and reinvigorated.

    Also, I have discovered that, not scheduling my activities reduces my efficiency but when I list out my activities for the day, I work better and accomplish more. Thanks for the info, the habits you mentioned will be quite helpful if it is cultivated.

    • mquiet
      06/02/2016 @ 13:12 PM

      I’m glad that you found some of the info helpful. I absolutely agree that a little rest and relaxation can go a long way when one is dealing with writer’s block!

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  5. Ben
    06/28/2016 @ 08:11 AM

    Excellent post Marcus. One part of my business is to help the people who join my team to start their own blogs. They tell me that’s what they want to do, but when it actually comes down to writing something they get stuck. Your advice is perfect. Thank you.