How Often Do You Write?

Lately I haven’t been writing at all, which is not cool. I have plenty of excuses,  but the main one is that I am just plain lazy. When I get home from work, all I want to do is nothing useful. So I am curious about when other writers find themselves the time to write. Do you prefer writing before work or after? Or do you write on lunch breaks and whenever you can find the time? Do tell!


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9 thoughts on “How Often Do You Write?

  1. I write when I can. I try to write every day, but some days it’s just not possible. School and work keep me pretty busy, so sometimes I’m only able to write 100 words in a day, other days I’m able to knock our 3,000+. If my schedule were a bit steadier I would set a specific writing time every day. But, for now, I write when I can, for as long as I can.

  2. I haven’t been writing much either, mostly due to Writer’s Block. I’ve rewritten the same part in my novel five times already to no avail. =[ Though mostly I prefer to write after work. Usually I’m too busy at work that a break from the computer is often welcome.

    • I work all day on a computer as well. Which is another thing that adds to my not having the urge to write when I get home. I should try to go back to the journal thing!

  3. I write my first drafts by hand (I know, I know) so it’s so much of a problem that I often sit at a computer for most if the day. Still, finding the energy in the or the weekends can be tough… but the truth if it is that the more I write, the easier it becomes… I told myself that if I want to be a writer then I will write. Easier said than done – but I’m in a much better rhythm now than I’ve ever been before.

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