I’m reading much more non-fiction lately, and before that I also read business blogs with productivity tips and other related topics. One of the topics mentioned in nearly everything is your health. But every author’s approach is different. Some are more nuanced, others are frightfully blunt. And I’ll say this: the phrase “be healthy” is
Are you doing NaNoWriMo? Then this is your half way mark. There’s fifteen days left to complete your goal, and to learn. How have you been doing? Take fifteen minutes today to reflect on your progress and see if you can improve the process. Work smarter, not harder. Keep going No matter how many words
One productivity tip that always seems to stay at the top of ‘get things done’-lists is “Anticipate the future”. We have to know what’s coming to prepare for it. I’ve known about my trip to Japan for nearly a year and only started preparing my blog a month before our flight. A month is enough,
I’m not taking part in NaNoWriMo this year. After having done so for the past few years, I made a conscious decision not to do it this year. Also, I planned a two week trip smack in the middle of the month. I know it’s not possible for me to write during the trip, nor
Chronic pain influences my daily life considerably. I share my tips to get stuff done, and comment on those that don’t work for me, and why.
I don’t believe in writer’s block. Three things are responsible for being unable to create and here are some tips to fix them.
Gift a 2019 planner to someone who needs to take back control. Here’s a list of different kinds of planners and notebooks to help you be more organised.
Every writer struggles with the actual writing part, one way or another. Especially when writing is just one of the long list of things that you have to do. But there are a few tools out there that can help you to plan your writing life. Here are five tools that can help you.
Raven sometimes has to travel a lot, and today he talks a little about how he stays productive on the move and touches on the most terrible amount of time to wait for anything.