GLANCING BACK: A Glimpse of January
A salute to the post that started it all, two years ago, a glimmer of an idea, resulting in this post, inspired the concept and driving force behind Organization and Inspiration for Fellow Writers and this blog was born.
By Denise Reashore
January is the time for beginnings. The first month of a fresh new year – it explodes onto the scene gushing with excitement, swift decisions, and grand plans for re-organization. An eagerness to create new habits sets a fire burning and we eagerly vow to change our writing habits.
Like a smoking gun, the excitement often cools too quickly and is lost in the wind. Before long, all of our good intentions feel as if they were for naught. But, here are some reliable strategies that will help you surge through 2013 while blazing a path in your writing that will be very difficult not to follow:
1) Blast away thoughts of inadequate time to write by purchasing a flashy notebook, with a cover meant to inspire, and carry it with you at all times. Allow no time for excuses and always carry an extra pen.
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