Happy whatever you’re celebrating this time of year.
Happy reading, writing, and blogging.
Happy reading books and people.
Happy writing characters while being surrounded by individuals with character.
Happy blogging about wishing bloggers happy holidays on your blog and then wishing them the same on their blog.
Happy new year.
Happy Christmas Eve. Happy Thursday. Happy writing.
Kudos to you if you’re planning to write during this busy time. If you aren’t then your family and friends should feel grateful that you’re actually spending time with them.
I hope you’ll continue to write during the holidays so I’m sharing my tips with you. Let it be known that I don’t follow my own advice.
- Write in the morning. Or at night before you go to bed. If you don’t have time in the morning or at night currently, wake up earlier. Stay up a few minutes later. Get those words down before you go down.
- Stick to a routine. At least try to establish one. Block off chunks of time you know you can get away from the real world. It’s difficult, life’s unpredictable, but having a routine increases your chances of having words written. And don’t we all want to have words written?
- Be wise by using time you’d waste otherwise. Waiting for guests to arrive? Write. Waiting for that turkey to roast? Write. Waiting for your significant other to text you back? Write.
- Make writing fun. Make it enjoyable. You’ll be more likely to write a story you want to tell even if you have a million parties to attend. I won’t have that problem because I have no friends.
- Give yourself a break. Balance is your best friend. When you’re not writing, don’t worry about writing. Relax, recover, and return later.
Grammarly does it again.
You can use the infographic to decide whether the people in your life are deserving of a card.
And if they are, then the six steps for success will come in handy.
Remember card writing is still writing.
Over here in Canada, Christmas is so close, I can almost taste it.
But I know it’s already December the 25th in many parts of the world.
Merry Christmas or happy whatever-you-celebrate. If you don’t celebrate anything, happy Thursday.
Happy Holidays everyone.
I wish I could wish you all personally. But I
Merry Christmas Eve!
And if you don’t celebrate Christmas or don’t believe in it or whatever the case may be, Happy Tuesday!
Hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday. I wish you all a happy, healthy, and harmonious one.