I don’t have a daily writing routine like some writers: waking up at 5 am, going for their morning run, eating a cup of yogurt topped with homemadegranola, then sitting at their desk, with the picturesque mountainous view, and writing several pages of their next best-selling novel for 5 hours. Instead, my day begins with waking 11 excessively sleepy children, facing mountainous heaps of laundry, in between cleaning, cooking, homeschooling, and potty training. You get the point. So here’s how I steal prioritize my time for writing. When I homeschooled my children...How to Find Time to Write When You Have 11 Children « the open book
Thursday, July 24, 2014
How to Find Time to Write When You Have 11 Children « the open book
So she had 11 children, homeschooled them, AND made time to write? ok ok no more excuses...