My Typical Writing Day

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Hello again my lovelies! How are we all doing?

Being an aspiring writer, and this being a bookish blog, I thought I’d do a typical writing day post, so enjoy!

 

On a typical writing day (a day I dedicate purely to writing as well a bit of reading), I will start by making a cup of tea – or hot chocolate, I looove hot chocolate –  in one of my favourite mugs and getting a writing snack (usually biscuits, crackers with cheese, chopped apple or some veggies – celery is a usual – with humus or another dip).

While writing, I will tend to watch a movie, YouTube video or an episode of my favourite anime (usually Akagami no Shirayuki-hime*, or Kaichou wa Maid-Sama*) on my laptop, though recently I have been trying to leave the laptop alone when writing; setting it aside or putting it away from me on my bed.

In the past I wrote in one hour sessions with breaks and then lunch before a final hour of writing, but this became rather restrictive so these days I simply set a goal that I want to reach each writing day and generally I do reach it, but although I’ve been typing up book chapters I’ve already written, I’ve not really being writing much recently which I want to get back into the habit; maybe when I’ve finished studying on a uni day, we’ll see.

 

If you guys would like me to do more posts like this, please let me know in the comments and I’ll do my best do make them happen :).

 

Stay true yourself and don’t ever let anyone or deter you from the course you wish to take.

 

Kath xoxo

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