Time Management Tips for Writers: How to Balance Work and Personal Life #WritersLife

Time Management Tips for Writers: How to Balance Work and Personal Life #WritersLife

time management tips for writers

Are you tired of feeling like there’s never enough time in the day to pursue your writing dreams AND take care of your personal life? As a writer, it can be hard juggling writing a book, building your career, spending time with loved ones, doing household chores, and maintaining healthy habits like exercise.

But what if I told you that it’s possible to manage your time effectively and achieve your writing goals without sacrificing your personal life? That’s why I’m excited to announce my new free masterclass: Your Best Writing Year Ever: 4 Time Management Hacks to Kickstart Your Productivity.

During this recorded, on-demand workshop, you’ll learn how to better manage the four pillars of time management: electronic clutter, external clutter, internal clutter, and getting things done. You’ll also discover why this multidisciplinary approach is so important to writers and how to implement four simple action steps to start using immediately.

As a mom, author, and entrepreneur, I understand firsthand how overwhelming it can be to balance everything on your to-do list. But after going on a quest to find balance and increase my productivity, I developed a four-part framework that has worked wonders for me.

I want to share this framework with you, so you can see time management in a different way and gain a new perspective on how to take control over your schedule and your writing career. Whether you’re struggling with time management or just looking to boost your productivity, this free workshop is for you.

Don’t let stress and overwhelm hold you back any longer. Sign up for Your Best Writing Year Ever: 4 Time Management Hacks to Kickstart Your Productivity today and take the first step toward achieving your writing goals.

 

Do You Need Help Planning Your Writing Schedule? Listen To This Podcast by @Daria_White15

Do You Need Help Planning Your Writing Schedule? Listen To This Podcast by @Daria_White15

If you could use some help planning your writing schedule, then have I got a treat for you.

Recently, my friend Daria White interviewed me on her podcast Writer in the Making. Many of you know that I teach an in-depth course called Time Management Blueprint for Writers: Transform Your Life and Finish Your Book. In this course, I teach my simple, proven four-step framework for how to become more organized, productive, and creative in all areas of your life, including writing.

I also teach a course called Book Editing Blueprint, A Step-By-Step Plan to Making Your Novels Publishable, a complete step-by-step system that teaches you how to spot the flaws in your novel and fix them so that you can ditch the overwhelm, save time and money, and better your chances of impressing readers, agents, and publishers. In addition, I work with authors one-on-one as a freelance developmental editor and line editor.

Daria teaches a course called the No Time Writer, showing you how to use time-saving techniques to unleash the writer within and discover your unique writing process. Also through her one-on-one premium mentorship, she helps new and ambitious authors discover their unique writing system that works perfectly for them.

As an author of over 10 books and over 300 podcast episodes, Daria has helped more than 100 students from all over the world find the inspiration to finish their first drafts and become one step closer to publishing their books.

As you can imagine, Daria and I have a lot to say on the subject of time management and writing routines. During the podcast episode, we shared our favorite tips on how to plan out your writing year. It was a fantastic conversation packed full of actionable advice about weekly planning, quarterly planning, and how to break down big tasks like editing a book into smaller steps.

Listen to the podcast episode about planning your writing year here:

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