Focus — and even joy! — in the process opens us up to the possibility for Experimentation.
Workable : \ ˈwər-kə-bəl \ : capable of being worked. Workables are bite-sized advice, ready to go. Caution! These might help.
Sometimes, when we are goal-oriented, writing starts to feel like work, an obligation: it’s pressure instead of pleasure.
Focus on the task at hand. The results will take care of themselves.
Get rid of the idea of “ready.” It will never be ready. Instead, think about when a piece is finished or when it needs to be shared.
What if we write simply to write? Is it possible for the activity to be its own purpose?
One thing is true of both: I always feel better afterward; I'm always glad that I did. :)
Meditation can offer a way into creative work.
...so you do you...!
What tools do you really need to write? Notebook and pen? Laptop? Typewriter? Smart phone?
You do not need to be on anyone else’s schedule. Work at your pace.