Who finds that by following a rota you get more writing done??
Hey, my friend from Wales, is this a Walsh word? I'm not familiar with the word "rota". :
I think it is possibly a joke.
FWIW I use "rota" just to mean a schedule where several people cover a duty on "rotation". That doesn't seem to apply here?
If by following a rota you mean do I go through a series of rituals like straightening up the house, doing laundry, fussing about everything until the place is in place, than yes. I've been told it's a device/unconscious technique artists use to organize their minds before taking on an artistic challenge.
Am I more creative or does it allow me to produce more. Maybe.
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