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#FirstDraft60 Day 20 — Sunday Reflections: Responsibilities, Priorities, and Writing Time

Sunday, September 20, 2015

#FirstDraft60 | KayeDacus.comOn Sundays, we’re going to take a moment to step back and think about our writing from a wider view. In order to do that, I’ll post some guided questions—feel free to answer them here with as much or little detail as you’d like; or answer them on your own blog or on Facebook. Or just write the answers down in a private journal or notebook. The important thing is to actually think through and write down your answers.

Reflections for Day 20

1. What are your key daily responsibilities that cannot be put aside for writing?

2. What priority does writing take in your life?

3. What would you be willing to give up, for just 30 days, in order to have more time to write?

4. What are some obligations and commitments you currently have that you can reprioritize and/or reschedule in order to build more writing time into your daily schedule and give your writing the priority in October?

I look forward to seeing your answers and will be posting mine soon.

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  1. Sunday, September 20, 2015 11:16 am

    I’ve been at ACFW this week, so I’ve had little time to write, but after the conference, I do feel more ENCOURAGED to write. Talking with other writers (and participating in challenges like this helps as well). The biggest thing I need to STOP for writing time is social media in the evening. It was a bit telling, too, that I mentored some folks this week on finding time to write in a busy schedule. Need to follow my own advice.

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