So as you can tell, posting has not been the most regular. My initial thoughts on posting on Tuesdays and Thursdays has been at about a 50% success rate the past two weeks. As a result I’m re-thinking my posting/writing schedule. I’m in the process of working on a new writing schedule with different goals. One I can implement easily and faithfully in order to maximize the effectiveness and reliability of this blog as well as my other writing, like my sermons.
So I guess my question for you as a reader: any suggestions for a writing schedule? Do you do any writing or something else creative on a daily/weekly/monthly basis? How do you stoke the fires of motivation when you “just don’t feel like it?” This has been my primary weakness when it comes to sticking with art forms – I don’t like practice. Not that anyone does. It’s practice. But I guess I’m just looking for helpful tips or hints that might help make my overcoming of procrastination easier.
So please, please, please respond with some tips and helpful habits in the comments.
On an unrelated note, I spent some of tonight watching through the special features on LOST Season 3. In case you haven’t heard me mention it lately, LOST is an insanely good show and I would contend that it is the best TV show ever. Ever. And watching the producers/writers talk about the show just inspires me toward writing fiction.
Something this blog might see some of in the future.
Dun-dun-DUN! (You know, the suspenseful, “the plot thickens!” kind of noise.)
But seriously, leave a comment. Or two. Help me with this procrastination thing. Helpful tips, habits, books, etc. would be appreciated.