All the resources you need to maximize writing productivity this year.
Since I’m either sleeping, gaming or traveling as you’re reading this (NOT WORKING – YAY), I’ve gone ahead and rounded up a series of articles to help you maximize your writing productivity in 2017.
Whatever you might have struggled with productivity-wise this year, the resources below should be able to direct you toward strategies you can use to write more, better, happier. Let me know which topics are most helpful to you, so I can write more about them this year.
How to make more time for writing
How to Organize Your Writing Time for Optimal Productivity
How I Find Time to Write Every Day
Why It’s OK to Say, “I Just Don’t Have Time Right Now”
Time Management Tips for Writers
A Different Way to Think About Time Management
How to get more writing done in less time
5 Things Killing Your Writing Productivity
The Trick That Pushed Me to Write 26,000 Words in 3 Days
My Productivity Formula
Writing Productivity Tips: How to Write 5,000+ Words Per Day
How to Write Your Way Into a Flow State, Fast
How to create an optimal writing schedule
How to Structure Your Life to Make Room for Creativity
Productivity Tips for People Who Can Only Write at Night
This Is What a Full-Time Writer’s Schedule Looks Like
How to Train Yourself to Stick to Your Own Deadlines
What to do when you can’t write
A Writer’s Guide to Powering Through Discouragement
Here’s What to Do When You’re Struggling to Focus
Is Tech Hurting Your Writing Productivity?
You Don’t Need Motivation to Write – You Just Need Fewer Distractions
How to Minimize Writing Distractions
Motivation for writers of all disciplines
5 Things to Remember When Writing All the Time Starts Seeming Pointless
How to Turn Inspiration Into Motivation, and Motivation Into Productivity
4 YouTube Videos to Watch When You Desperately Need Writing Inspiration
If You’re Writing, You’re Not Wasting Your Time
4 TED Talks That Will Inspire You to Write Again
Start thinking about your writing goal(s) for the upcoming year. What’s it going to take to achieve them? Rest, recharge, and get ready to write more than you ever have before in the months to come. YOU. CAN. DO. THIS.
Meg is the creator of Novelty Revisions, dedicated to helping writers put their ideas into words. She is a freelance writer and a nine-time NaNoWriMo winner with work published in Teen Ink, Success Story, Lifehack and USA TODAY College. Follow Meg on Twitter for tweets about writing, food and nerdy things.