You have this amazing idea that you cannot wait to put to paper, but it seems that you never quite get around to it. Believe it or not, every author has faced this conundrum: finding the time to sit down and write.
To help you get over this hurdle, it’s important to remember something: Forget the ‘perfect time’.
Like many things in life, you might have fallen into the trap of “I’ll do it when...”, and, like many things in life, you just never seem to get around to it.
Now, the good news is that the universe does not have it out for you. The bad news, however, is that the ‘perfect time’ to write simply does not exist. Sometimes it really just comes down to sitting down and letting your fingers do the rest. Let yourself get into the flow of writing until you eventually wake up from a fever dream with the next Pride and Prejudice sitting in front of you.
A helpful start might be to dedicate one time of the day to your writing; this could be anywhere from several hours to half an hour, depending on the pace you want to take. It could be at any point in the day, maybe after work while your mind is still sharp, before bed when you’re relaxed or even an hour before everybody else is awake where the only noise is coming from the little blackbirds outside.
If you follow these steps diligently, we can assure you that you’ll find time that much-needed time to commit pen to paper.