26 Apr

How to create more time to write

Or read. Or research. Or whatever.

After my family and job responsibilities — both of which I’m happy to have, mind you — nothing eats away at my writing time like the various bits of data that I’ve tended to swim in: my e-mail inboxes, blog feeds, scraps and stacks of paper reminding me of things I’m supposed to deal with, etc.

But in the past week, I’ve become a big believer in Mark Hurst’s Bit Literacy, an astoundingly commonsensical approach to managing all that stuff. I feel both more productive and more relaxed than I have in weeks. It’s bliss.

2 thoughts on “How to create more time to write

  1. I’m always looking for ways to become more productive. Unfortunately, what often happens is a I buy the book that’s supposed to make me more productive and am so incredibly inefficient I never read it.

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