Ask my six-year-old for a bite of his ice cream and you’ll get a cold stare that could refreeze the polar caps. (Which is really what he should employ that skill for.) Oddly enough it’s when I ask him NOT to share that he’s all too happy to oblige with the opposite of my request. Kids! I should have prefaced this post with a warning. I’m loopy as all get out with a cold at the moment. My son wouldn’t share his ice cream, but aches and a cough are apparently the gift du jour. Continue reading
T-2: Double yesterday’s writing time.
W-1: Do three 5-minute writing sprints.
A writing sprint is an exercise designed to loosen you up and get the words flowing. Set your timer for five minutes and write. Don’t stop to think or take your fingers off the keys until the timer dings.
I-4: Put your phone in a drawer while writing.