Modern Lady for me it is the outlet after a long day. I come home from work, jump into some running shoes (even though my body is saying "No Way" and I run. Then when I get back I am refreshed and ready to write. Then sometimes I just have to make myself.
I don't. I love to write in that moment when I am exhausted. I find my imagination is at its best at the moment when I am the most tired, right before I go to sleep.
I usually find myself full of energy to write at night and even if I'm tired there's something that's pulling me to sit down and express myself. I can read and write something that inspires me just before I go to bed.
My brother told me to write at least one sentence a day.
What's interesting is that this one sentence will often lead to thinking about that one sentence, which in turn usually leads to finishing that paragraph.
Sometimes I really will just write one sentence in a day, but more than likely, that one sentence will turn into a little bit more.
There's no pressure; do what you feel at the time. That's when writing is best!
To be honest, after working a long day, I usually don't have anything left in the tank. This is to say that I am usually "spent" and have little more to give. :0(
I struggle with it, but it's a much easier time to answer questions or emails for me. Early morning seems to work best before everyone else is around. Once the world wakes up it seems so much harder to write in peace!
as soon as I finished my work I remember HP and instantly get energy, as a matter of fact hp is my energy station.
by katiem2 7 years ago
Prove it!I’ll start with one sentence; each hubber adds the next sentence creating an engaging and interesting story.I began to question myself, as the doubt sent chills up my spine I turned reaching for the door knob.
by Arby Bourne 3 hours ago
I'm always curious about how different people go about their writing process. I've been writing professionally for a decade. Yet..I still find myself falling into chaos and struggling to manage my time efficiently. Do you have a strict protocol as far as the when, where, and how of working - or do...
by Joseph Davis 6 years ago
How long do you take on average to write a hub?From the point where you begin picking a topic until you click publish, how long do you spend on a hub?
by jdeschene 8 years ago
The subject line just about says it. I've been at a bit of a loss lately. Some of the things I usually use, such as free/automatic writing are beginning to bore me. Any suggestions?
by Jake Keeley 5 years ago
How long do you take on average to write a hub. I mean the whole process, research, writing etc. What would you say is the average for you?
by belief713 8 years ago
Just for fun, wondering, on average, how long does it take most Hubbers to create a Hub?I'm finding, on average, it takes me 2-3 hours to create a Hub - that includes creating the content, organizing the layout/adding relevant capsules, etc. I very rarely write my content ahead of time or in a...
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