Writer’s Retreat.

Attended a writer’s retreat at a beautiful remote spot. chanco It helped me boost my writing productivity.Here are some of the things I learned.

  1. I am a writer. To break writers block, just write. Seriously.
  2. Pace yourself. I used the timer so that I wouldn’t get cramped from sitting too long. I found that it ultimately kept the muse going. I didn’t feel nearly so wrung out.
  3. I should get a housekeeper. The only thing I did up there was clean out the sink and shower after myself. I made a pot of coffee once.  Other than that I ate snacks or what other people made; wiped a few counters and tabletops.
  4. And last of all.  ican
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