As the parent of a toddler, I have learned some ways to fit writing into my life over the past couple of years. We’re in the middle of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), a time when a lot of folks are tackling a big project–and with a kiddo, it can be hard. Here are my best practices for writing with a small (extremely small) child–I’m sharing them here in the hopes that they will help you or a friend.
QOTE (Question of the episode…): Imagine your writing, capabilities, and talents are a garden. What do you want to cultivate? What season is it? [Comment below, or post on Twitter or Instagram with #scratchpaperpodcast, to share your response!]
- A Year in the Maine Woods by Bernd Heinrich
- The Pomodoro Technique
- A Pomodoro timer
- Moms Rising
- Mothers for Police Accountability
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