It was yet another article in yet another writer’s magazine about how to make time for writing. I’ve read a million of ’em. I’ve tried a thing or three.
I still feel as though I don’t have enough time. And yes, I am aware, that all of us have only 24 hours in a day.
I already watch less TV than the national average. Is it really 5 hours and four minutes? I don’t believe it with an eight hour work day, a commute, dinner to make, kids to tend. How is that possible? I usually fit in about two, at night after dinner when I’m just too tired to move. I check social media at the same time, and usually the weather too, plan the next day’s clothing and dinner, and clean up the dinner dishes during that time too.
I can’t get up any earlier–4 a.m. some mornings, a little later the others. I don’t want to give up any sleep–I’m tired.
I barely fit in my running. How are you doing it, folks? How do you figure out what to cut out? How do you find time to write?
I guess for me, it will have to come down to spending a little time figuring out what I need. Sigh. And figuring what to cut out. That is really the trick, isn’t it?