RUN WITH DOGS
As you can see from the photos, they LOVED IT. Now, they’re totally flaked out on the couch wrapped in blankets. Snoring away. Without them constantly at me for food, treats, playtime, etc., I can finally sit down and get some serious writing done.
2. WRITE STANDING UP
It works! Since I’m sitting all day at work (bad girl I know!), it doesn’t make sense to come home and sit some more. Hunching over the keyboard is awful for my back and shoulders. You can’t be creative when you’re in pain. Standing lets the creativity out, as opposed to getting all jammed up in your heart chakra. Nobody wants a jammed up heart chakra. Am I right?
3. READ IT OUT LOUD
I prefer to do this when I’m alone, but reading what I’ve just written helps to give me an idea how the sentences are flowing. If I’m getting tongue-tied, or the tone just isn’t write, it’s easier to hone in on those trouble spots and fix them.
And now that I’ve ran in the rain, written a blog, and had a cup of tea and a cookie….I’m going to work on my novel. But first, where is my sweater. It’s chilly in here….