M.A. Wohl

Writer on a Quest

A bunch of writing tips for working parents and stay at home parents to help find time to write, and make the best of the ever so few hours we parents can gather around to make our author ambitions come true

Monday, Day 51

Things change.

Finding time to write is always a challenge, whether you’re a stay-at-home parent, a part-time remote employee like me, or a full-time busy professional.

The overall stress of day-to-day life, of the new « normal » (already tired of this expression), the nights often interrupted by some nightmares and other kiddo’s « but I’m thirsty » moments.

Now that it takes kiddo more time to fall asleep, both my naptime and evening writing sessions had not been as productive as they were.

As for the new day-job, well it’s new. The learning process is slow, giving that I’m working with people who seem to find it normal to take 35 minutes to find an Excel document on a computer…

*Grumble* *Grumble* *Grumble*

Nothing a good writing tip can’t fix though!

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a week that now feel like a month. not word count wise unfortunately

Monday, Day 44

Here we go again, dear writer friends! A new writing week is awaiting, full of adventures and exciting moments.

Positive much today, the mama writer? Heck yeah !

For I need to kick the writing slump in the bottom and get back to it.

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as the writing slump still hits this mama writer, the morning weather is getting cooler and I dream of fall colours

Monday, Day 37

You know that nagging feeling, fellow writers?

That feeling of forgetting something you promised yourself you weren’t gonna forget?

In front of the ex-YA project revision, or surrounded by the handwritten (so far) MG Fantasy project, I keep… doing something else. Like trying to write a post, erase it, try again only to erase it again.

At some point, I stopped everything and forced myself to understand what the heck was my problem today.

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