I love sitting in my writing spot, stringing words together. A laptop offers astounding flexibility, allowing me to recreate my space at coffee shops, hotel lobbies, or the front seat of my car. Still, I find myself with odd minutes of downtime, times when firing up the laptop is unwieldy or inappropriate. Technology marches forward, getting smaller and more connected. Lately, I have been turning to another ubiquitous device, my phone.
The miracle is the ability to capture those odd moments and harness the power of an otherwise wasted ten or fifteen minutes to write. Inevitably, I am without a laptop, and I no longer need to carry notebooks or worry about pens with no ink. My phone keeps me productive. It is always by my side.
What technological marvel helps with your writing practice?
Keep on writing.
Jo Hawk The Writer