NaNoWriMo Day #4 – The Dread Writing Workspace

very good advice I so recognise myself here.

Red Sofa Literary

By Monica Valentinelli

I don’t know about you, but over the years I’ve had a lot of discussions about what makes “the” perfect writing environment. From tiny mascots, like my black cat Kiki from Kiki’s Delivery Service, to whiteboard calendars and eucalyptus-spearmint candles, there is no shortage of design elements that can be added to make your writer’s workspace comfortable and stress-free.

Eventually, however, every writer realizes that obsessing about physical places could impact our productivity in the worst way possible. If you want to write, you should be able write anywhere, at any time, with the materials that are available to you—even if you’re sitting at your kitchen table with a pen and paper. As long as you’re focused on filling up a blank page because you have to write—absolutely and without question—you will write your story no matter where you are, who you’re with, and what’s around…

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