If you’re trying to find time to write, you know it can be a nightmare. Your time’s ususally devoted to your family and your day job.
At least, that’s how I used to be. I have kids and a family, and I always put them before my writing.
That was killing me. I’ve wanted to be a writer since I was thirteen. But it was constantly being put aside so that I could take care of what I thought that I should be doing.
Even when I finally did start writing again, it was a secondary thing. I still didn’t devote time to it, because I felt guilty. I was taking time away from my kids to write, ignoring them.
I don’t feel that way anymore. I finally realized that I was taking time from the wrong activities. That I spent most of my time on stuff like keeping up with the house and running errands. It wasn’t anythng meaningful, you see. I wasn’t not writing to listen to my kids tell me about their day. I was not writing so I could wash dishes and fold laundry!
I’ve learned to streamline my every day to create time to write. It’s taken time, learning and practice. It’s taken setting simple yet powerful habits in place.
I want to help you do the same thing. I want you to be able to have time in your day to write your book.
So, I’m sharing an email course to help you get control over your life, starting November 13th.
The course will help you get control over your household, your food, your obligations and your goals. It’ll come to you in five emails, from November 13th to the 22nd.
If you’re already recieving the PBW Update, you’re already enrolled.
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