Through my many years of writing, I have found that if you treat it as any other job, a lot more gets done. I work best if I get fully dressed and schedule a block of time, maybe even 9 to 5, with breaks. It helps me stay focused. Because I plan to write a minimum of 2,000 words for each session, I can't allow myself the luxury of "writer's block." So, I just type away, determined to get words down on paper.
That doesn't mean I use all that I type. Later, I revise, and revise, and revise, and polish it all up.
I know this won't work for everybody--different folks have different strokes--but it's just a suggestion that works for me.
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