Why Writing Only 5 Minutes a Day Works

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In ‘Yes, You Do Have Time to Write’ I said it was possible to get serious writing done in as little as five minutes a day. I know this to be true because I’ve done it.

I think I now know why it works, and even why it’s an important skill for writers to learn.

At least in my brain, and I suspect in yours too, there’s something that likes predictability. My hunch is liking…

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Writer, life and writing coach, book ghostwriter, Grandmother, Buddhist. Liberal who listens to the other side, political activist-www.DemocracyCounts.org

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Anne Wayman

Anne Wayman

Writer, life and writing coach, book ghostwriter, Grandmother, Buddhist. Liberal who listens to the other side, political activist-www.DemocracyCounts.org

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