Show and tell: what’s your daily writing routine?

On the fourth day of “Show-and-Tell Week,” I’d like you to enlighten us by answering this question:

What does your daily writing routine look like?

This is a perfect opportunity to share your own and learn each other’s neat little tips and tricks for getting the job done.

If you intend to be a published author and don’t have a daily writing routine yet, take note!

Share below!

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5 thoughts on “Show and tell: what’s your daily writing routine?

  1. Oy.. my current goal is writing 3 days a week. Most days the stars align, others I push to that “other 4 days” category. As a working mum, this is sometimes an overzealous goal.

    For everyday blog posts, my routine never really starts/ends versus working on my book which MUST be deliberate. I go through the days consciously musing over happenings to pull up when I get a writing day. I get to my office and close the door with my coffee and set at it. I do not outline or plan other than what swishes around in my brain. I start at the beginning and end when I have made my witty point. I re-read, revise, and before I get a chance to second guess myself and give myself time to think how shitty my writing is, I hit “Publish”. Then I am 1/3 closer to my weekly goal.

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  2. So…having Meniere’s Disease is really getting in the way of my having a routine. This just happened about 6 months ago though….so I am still trying to work it out. I make a lot of notes right now…and hope that when I can get around to it, I am filter them all and make sense of my scribbles.

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    • I’m glad you consider note-taking writing. I never considered that, but I see your point and since I’m able to scribble some notes on a daily basis or wake up in the middle of the night thinking of something to add to my stories, I feel better. 🙂 I’m sorry you’re struggling with Meniere’s Disease — ouch! It sounds scary — vertigo and the like. We must do what we can.

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