As the weather gets warmer, I find it more and more difficult to stay focused on my writing. I usually try to write at least 1000 words a day. But as nature explodes outside my window, the sap rises, my attention breaks, and I keep stealing looks at the profusion of beauty just a few feet from my monitor. I’ve found that if I get up early (say 5:30), I can get in a few hours of writing and still have time to go outside in the warmth and sunshine. Does anyone else have thoughts about how they stay on task?
Spring is Sprung: The Pen or the Petunia!
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Most of my work has centered around working with kids of all ages and the use of technologies to support their ability to communicate. I’ve been writing off and on for over twenty years. I have completed two mystery novels and am currently looking to get them published. When I’m not writing, I work with special needs students as an assistive technology specialist with the Brockton public schools and teach graduate courses in Universal Design and Assistive Technology. View all posts by Bob
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As a follow-up to my post, the past few days have been cold, drizzly and gray. It’s been perfect for sitting by the fire and writing/editing my latest book.