I’ve been reading about the daily habits of famously productive people since one of my goals is to amass a volume of finished work. The specifics of their daily rituals cover a wide range of possibilities. Picasso would wake around 11 am and arrive at his studio in the early afternoon, where he worked until it grew dark. Maya Angelou kept a hotel room in her hometown. She would arrive at 6:30 am and didn’t leave until 2 pm. Brazilian author Ryoki Inoue has published a whopping total of 1,075 books and holds the Guinness World Record for being the world’s most prolific author. Inoue’s strategy is to write day and night until he finishes his book.
What routine works best for you?
Did you write yesterday? Are you writing today?
Keep on writing.
Jo Hawk The Writer