What percent of your writing day is devoted to what?
My "writing" day usually last about 12 hours. Of that, I've taken a look at what I actually do during that day in terms of percentage. Just curious...how does your day break down and should I consider anything else in the matrix?
I wish I had the time to have a "writing" day. I have to grab time as I can. I usually spend about equal time in research and writing. When I'm not writing, I spend time marketing but I feel like I don't devote enough time to that important function. If you are working on your writing 12 hours at a time, you are in great shape!
I usually try to limit it to 2-3 hours a day-on the days when I am not working. Usually, I might set aside a day or two.for research before I actually write. Then do some minor research to polish up what I am working on. I do not do much marketing but when I finish the e-book that I am working on, I will be adding that in. In my job, I have seven days off from work (not including vacations). So I set out to write 30 pages a month.
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