Are you struggling to find time to write? It always feels like there’s so much to do! Between work, cooking dinner, cleaning the house, making sure the kids are fed and bathed, grocery shopping, and all the other things on your list, it can feel like there’s no time left to write.
I hear you! This is what I’m focusing on in today’s episode of the Journey to KidLit Podcast. Listen below to learn 4 easy ways you could maybe squeeze in some extra time to write this week.
Finding time to write when you feel like you don’t have the time.
If you feel like you never have time during the week to write your children’s book, you’re going to want to listen to today’s podcast episode. I’m explaining four simple ways you can find more time to write and actually stay focused during your writing time. Click the play button above to listen!
And if you’d like more productivity tips, check out these other articles around the blog to help:
- Struggling to find time to write? This will help.
- 3 Ways to make the most of your writing week.
- 7 Morning routine hacks to become a more successful writer.
- Easy ways to motivate yourself when you don’t feel like writing.
Share this episode!
Listen to all the episodes:
- Episode 1 – Becoming a Kid’s Book Author with Brooke Van Sickle
- Episode 2 – The 6 Categories of Kid’s Books You should Know
- Episode 3 – How to Know if Your Story’s Ready to Submit
- Episode 4 – Not Everyone Should Self-Publish a Book
- Episode 5 – Interview with Children’s Book Illustrator Gabriela Dieppa
- Episode 6 – Work from Home Habits to be More Productive
- Episode 7 – Interview with Host of the Storyland Podcast Jessica Snider
- Episode 8 – How to Write a Good Query Letter
- Episode 9 – Interview with Children’s Book Author Katie Pye
- Episode 10 – Interview with Brigitte Brulz on Publishing with Amazon’s KDP
- Episode 11 – Finding a Story in Children’s Books with a Message