The Wisest Writing Tip I Ever Got

The Wisest Writing Tip I Ever Got

Some writers tell you that you should write a minimum of two thousand words daily. Some recommend the best time to write is early in the morning because that’s when inspiration flows in abundance. Others suggest you should write as much as you can in quick, short sprints. While others say, you should just flat out write whatever comes naturally. Write in a quiet room. Write every day. Write often.

The writing tips are endless, and some may work for you. For me, however, in the face of all these suggestions, the best tip I ever got came from my husband. He told me to enjoy myself. And that’s exactly what I’ve done.

Having left behind a demanding, stressful job, which in the past three decades sapped my energy and drained my creativity, I embraced his suggestion.

I write when I want, where I want, how often I want. If I don’t feel like writing, I don’t. I instead fill my day doing something I want to do that day. It could be something as simple as lunching with friends or going for a long walk. A day later, my mind rested and suitably charged-up, ideas and words flow easily. On those recharged days, I sometimes write for eight straight hours.

Don’t rely on others to tell you how, when or what to write. Figure out what works for you. Satisfy your creative soul, and it will reward you ten times over.

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