Be your own trickster figure

Tell yourself what to do tomorrow: this is a great strategy for longer-term writing projects like novels. It’s the first of Chuck Wendig’s stupid writer tricks, and I like ’em all.

The reason I like this is that it takes all the pent-up energy at the end of a writing session (I can’t stop! I need to keep going!) and translates it into a gentle shove for tomorrow.

 

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