It's easy to feel frustrated, lonely and overwhelmed writing. It's a fuzzy, poorly defined project. Washing dishes and cleaning the kitchen, (both good substitutes for writing), are projects with a clear beginning, middle, and end. The details of dishwashing’s plot aren’t riveting, but are a comfort in relief to the writing’s unknown topography. Writing is … Continue reading A Better Relationship with Your Critic (Or We Both Have Great Taste!).
Yesterday I found a blog linked by Tim Ferriss, which talked about how to set up an iPhone to encourage focus, to reorganize it as a tool for my use instead of as a tool various businesses use to leech my time and attention. I've read all the literature on good habits and time management … Continue reading I want my attention back.