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Title: Do you write every single day?
Post by: Lucian Hodoboc on January 07, 2019, 07:57:19 AM
One of the pieces of advice I see thrown around often is to write every single day. No matter how busy your schedule is, aspiring writers should take some time every day to sit and write at least a few sentences. Do you think this is achievable for everyone? Do you write everyday and, if so, how much? ???
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: JameelaM on January 08, 2019, 09:36:00 PM
Hey Lucian,

Great question and an excellent topic to bring up. I myself write everyday though most of my writing is for to do lists and random ideas that pop into my head as I go thru my days :)

The concept behind writing every day has to do with training your brain and creating consistency so that you form a new habit of writing every day...however it is a bit of a flawed system and we have to take into consideration how our brains actually work, which in most cases is geared towards failure or to prove our beliefs that we CAN'T write every day are true.

This article explains it far better than I can in this moment (http://calnewport.com/blog/2013/01/13/write-every-day-is-bad-advice-hacking-the-psychology-of-big-projects/).

The short of it is that if you're not a professional writer, as in someone is paying you to write and you have deadlines lingering etc, then it's better to write during the times you can or are able to, when that is would be dependent on your schedule and time availability.

I think a better question to ask yourself is what are you trying to accomplish, are you writing a novel and want to complete it this year? If so how many chapters would you need to write each day or week to achieve that goal, then use that to determine the amount of time and how much writing you need to do each day.

Hopefully the information helps!
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: landmersm on January 09, 2019, 10:17:49 AM
No. Attempting to do it every day while working 50+ hours a week - not to mention kids!!!! - is a bit much.

I try to do at least 5 days a week, and I try to do something. Anything. Write. Edit. Read. Re-read. As long as it's related to my own work, I figure I'm doing something productive.

Now, if any of you want to pay me to write, I'll happily do it full time!
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: DGSquared on January 09, 2019, 10:27:58 PM
Try for 250 words a day. It will go quickly.


You're not a writer if you don't write.


If you get out of practice, you'll notice the difference in your writing. The more you write, more your writing will improve, just like anything else.




All the best.


Have a bountiful day.
~Deb
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on January 13, 2019, 05:26:06 AM
I usually have a lot of daily writing,

Not that I am constantly writing on big novels or feature articles or aiming for specific word counts or something like that, it's more like writing notes, ideas concepts, writing emails, tweets, blog posts etc.

The great thing with the - Blog post - in particular is that you can also see the amount of views,
to get an idea about what blog posts you like. Especially when you also
write your comments & replies it makes me feel a little more confident
that I might actually have some blog posts that provide you with
some sort of value.


   
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: trainer on January 24, 2019, 03:06:04 AM
I try to write as much as possible, but not everyday. I do, however, read everyday, which I find terribly rewarding.

I also think there isn't a one-answer-fits-all option here. For some, writing everyday is essential; for others it's excruciating, yet necessary; for yet others it's both enjoyable and necessary. For some, there is just no need to write everyday, as long as what one writes rings true.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: EliTaffJr on February 03, 2019, 07:36:18 PM
I try to write every day, and some days I can blast out a couple hundred words in a few free hours, and other days my full-time job and my full-time marriage cuts my writing time down to lunch breaks and ten minutes before bed when Iím too tired to write anything coherent, anyway.

How Iíve dealt with it is this: ANY Akins of writing that I do is better than no writing st all. If Iím not able to work on my manuscript, Iíll log into Twitter and see what writing prompt threads are posting (I really like #vss365, they are a terrific community of supportive writers). Just having a word prompt with no other expectation allows me to mentally cleanse my palette and write something, even if itís rubbish.

The important thing is that it engages my brain and keeps me working (my fingers are typing, my brain is formulating a combination of words in a specific order, etc.? So e en if Iím not writing something for my current project, I can at least engage that creative part of my brain that makes me a writer.

Itís like reviving your engine. You donít expect to get anywhere, but itís always useful to fire up the motor and practice going through the motions. Once, I had no phone and a ten minute break with nothing to do. I took out a pen and a napkin and started brainstorming names for my next heroes and villains.

As long as you keep writing, everything you do will help get you to the finish line.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on March 01, 2019, 05:31:07 AM
As I wrote in a previous reply some of
my daily writing is about note taking.

For what Journal writing and note taking is concerned, I have several Special Design
notebooks for different types of notes. I even created graphic designs
for special types of notebooks myself.

Food & Recipe notebooks with on it different types of food for culinary notes, I have a Funny Talking Parrot notebook that you could use for writing speeches, I also made several Travel Notebooks with on it several countries and travel destinations, and one with a photo of a little table near a beach with a fresh drink and sunglasses on the table, that has a real vacation feel to it.

For Music related notes one with a cartoon figure behind a drumset, and cartoon-style lettering saying: 'I Love Music', For Writing related notes also one with the text 'I Am Inspired' on it with a cartoon style Lightbulb on it.

I also frequently write messages on one of our own self designed Post- and Greeting- Cards, for things like Birth Days, and other Occasions, as a Real Card
with a stamp on it, or send as an E-Card. 




Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on March 03, 2019, 05:29:16 AM

........,

I also frequently write messages on one of our own self designed Post- and Greeting- Cards, for things like Birth Days, and other Occasions, as a Real Card
with a stamp on it, or send as an E-Card.


As I wrote about in a previous reply, I usually do write every single day.

I also have Nature Inspired Twitter-Serials, with Nature Photography that
requires writing little explaining texts, and several other
types of writing that I wrote about in previous replies.

While things like short Birthday Card Messages, and short
Twitter texts usually isn't large volume writing, everything
combined does frequently train my 'Writing Muscles'

 
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: JannickStAlice on March 04, 2019, 08:45:35 AM
You'll spend more time editing than writing anyway. So, I would personally say no.

What I think is more important is capturing ideas while you have them. If you're paying attention, they can hit you whenever. Keep a phone or notebook + pen near you as much as possible.

Sort through, find the ones most useful to you, and jot them down. Write these ideas in full when you are in a good mental space to write them. Otherwise, you'll strain and exhaust these ideas. You want to do them justice.

When you're done with that, you'll have the real fun of reading through them and editing them over and over again.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: chidiwhite on March 05, 2019, 08:47:27 AM
Of cos I have found this idea very useful and a perfect way to train oneself as a writer
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: AndrewSchulz on March 07, 2019, 05:28:59 PM
I would say both yes and no. It depends on whether or not Iím in the writing phase. Right now, Iím in the self-promotion phase and had been editing for 3 months before that. (Although, I think editing should count as writing.)

I say yes because, when Iím in a writing phase, I do write every day. Mine is a non-traditional story in that Iím writing and releasing the novel in a serialized format. (I release a 700-900 bite-sized read every M-F.) Because of that, when Iím in the writing phase, yes, I write a 700-900 word chapter every Mon-Fri and spend Sat and Sun doing editing them.

Iím blessed right now to have plenty of free time though. Even with that, in can be difficult some days to get the full 700-900 words complete and I only get out maybe 300-400. Other days, when itís flowing well, I may do two chapters at once.

Many people donít have the freedom to write every day so I wouldnít beat yourself up over not being able to do so. I know that some writers find it helpful though, even if all they write for the day is a haiku.

Happy Writing!
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: An Albatross Man on April 17, 2019, 09:09:05 PM
I don't write every day--but I do EDIT every day. That is to say, I pick something specific scene or chapter in one of my five unpublished manuscripts, I read it over, and I spend at least a few minutes trying to make it better.  If I'm feeling particularly tired or demoralized, I choose a part that I think is very good and doesn't need much work--and I enjoy it for entertainment value while scrutinizing the text for stupid typos or punctuation faux-pas.

Straight up writing new material is a bigger deal, which I need more time and head-space than is always available to me with a busy job, work-related travel, a family, and an addiction to old cars. I plan those active writing periods like everything else in my life, set aside the time and resources and commit.  Doing the daily maintenance of re-writing though ensures that when I set down to start on a clean-sheet, my head is in the game right from the start. 

That's just me though.

Vin,
The Albatross Man
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: Stayce on April 18, 2019, 08:25:52 PM
I think it depends on what you mean by Ďwritingí. As many people here have already said, that if you have a lot of other life commitments (kids, family, full time job etc) actually sitting down to create something entirely fresh can be a challenge to do every day. I really struggle with this as I find I need to be in a very clear headspace and have a long stretch of available time to be able to push ahead with my projects.

Like others have said, I find revisiting, editing and polishing previous material is a better way to spend my time if I only have a little time to devote to my writing each day. My prose has a tendency to run on, so going back and taking a hatchet to it is always a worthwhile endeavor as far as Iím concerned.

I also find the old chestnut of getting some physical exercise to be a useful tool in shaping the times I actually do get to sit down and really work on something. I have too young daughters, so the only time to get a bit of exercise in that doesnít involve chasing them around the local parks is to go for late walks. These have become my brainstorming times. I tend to develop character dialogue and map out scenes in my head so that I have a plan for when I actually get to put pen to paper. This is a god send for me as I find starting from complete scratch with only a vague idea of what I want to do exceedingly difficult.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: mcc1789 on April 26, 2019, 10:07:25 PM
I have tried to do this while working on a book. At first it was a page per day, then five. It's difficult to keep up, as you'd probably except. For some time I managed though. I got this advice as well, from Lawrence Watt-Evans, a writer whose books I've enjoyed. He didn't specify length though, but to impose a quota of words to write each day. Of course, what I said above only applies to my fiction writing. On various forums and so on I do write every day (briefly in comparison with fiction). I think for me when I'm writing a book this is likely the best way to go. That may not be the case for everyone however. Five pages a day can also be difficult-we don't all have the same amount of free time, after all. With me that mainly was to finish a book in under a year, which I'm glad worked.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on April 30, 2019, 03:52:05 PM
Besides of the daily writing I did mention in previous replies,
with things like writing emails, writing in a Journal, -
in notebooks (with self designed graphical designs),
writing blog posts, twitter tweets etc. etc.

I also frequently write you my Readers Feedback,

For example frequently write you things like - this reply - in a Forum,
or to thank you when you Liked or Re-tweeted a TWEET
on our Twitter page, and to write you Comments & Replies when
you give me your Readers Feedback to my blog posts.

Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on May 07, 2019, 03:06:59 AM
As I wrote about in previous replies,

I usually have a lot of daily writing,
like emails, blog posts, tweets etc. etc.....,

Also things like writing short messages for
Greeting Cards for family & friends,

For what writing things like for example short Birthday Card Messages
is concerned, Since we have a Graphic Design Studio and frequently
like to show our new (Card) Designs to family & friends, and 'to get
them out there', and in an effort to get Feedback on them,

I accompany such Greeting Card writing with some of our self-designed
Post- or Greeting Card Designs, The great thing is that from our webstore,
besides buying real cards and sending them over the 'Snail mail', I can also
offer the service of sending them through the Internet as E-Cards.
 


 
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: MikeAnderson on May 08, 2019, 02:24:33 PM
I don't, and it's the same reason I don't work out, or browse "dem Internets" every single day; too much constant strain and repetition will do more damage than good. Plus, one has to clean the mental filter every once in awhile.

I've seen this happen with writers too often; once it starts becoming an obligation, a compulsory task, all the magic and joy from the craft gets bled out, and it starts becoming a chore. Writing can't be work; work is a task that is mandatory. Writing is an author voluntarily exposing a piece of themselves for posterity. Their shout to the world "hey, I've got something say." But, when one makes it a point to try to say something constantly, even when they have nothing to contribute that particular time, it becomes empty. It's like printing too much money, or excessively producing any other good and service; it just devalues the quality of the product.

Some of the best ideas I get for material is during periods when I don'ttouch a pen or a keyboard. I clear my head, absorb the world around me instead of trying to create one.

Go to the park. Catch a flick. Play with my baby nephew. Decompress once in a while. Mini vacations from nouns, verbs, and my delusions that my writs serve as something more than an excuse to avoid mowing the yard.

Then, of course, there's this crap normal people have called "a real life!" "Working." "Buying groceries" "Medical insurance." "I have to take my kid to the hospital because he accidentally drank anti-freeze, thinking it was Lemon Lime Kool-Aid."

I still make that mistake, even though by now I should have it embedded into my brain Prestone tastes NOTHING remotely like lemon lime! :P

Point is, it's not a good idea to write too much. Practice does make perfect, but too much practice makes a burn out. 5 days a week is my cap. Once you find yourself hitting a wall, take a break.  It's okay to step away from the Word program, and clean the mental and spiritual filter out. A break from writing is permitted.

Now editing, on the other hand, you never can get away from that kid eating sewer clown.

The struggle to prevent too many semicolons and run-on paragraphs will be your burden until you die. Get used to it, soldier! ;)   



Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on May 18, 2019, 05:59:22 PM
Besides the several types of writing I did mention in previous replies,

Like writing all kinds of special notes, ideas concepts, writing emails, tweets (for Twitter-serials), writing blog posts, readers feedback, writing comments & replies on blog posts, or threats & replies in Forums, (like the one you are reading right now!)

and - among other things - writing things like short messages for our own Specially Designed Post - & Greeting Cards for family & friends, on 'Real Cards' or sending them as E-Cards, also doing Journaling in self-designed notebooks.

This Journaling also occasionally provides me with themes for writing Song Lyrics, some of the (sub)-topics that I write about on my Music Blog.


Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: ThatWriterChick1976 on August 27, 2019, 09:09:04 PM
I have a blog, so I write on that when desire strikes. However, I'm working on my projects each day, except weekends. My brain must rest.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on August 31, 2019, 03:13:41 AM
As mentioned in previous replies, I frequently write
in a Journal (Journals), and it usually gives me new ideas
for writing new blog posts.

Blog posts that sometimes make it to the Most Popular Posts list,
that's in the side bar of my Blog(s), and when they do, they usually also
are about a topics that you as a reader like to read, and that
I can elaborate on and write more blog posts about.

Possibly even blog posts that make you want to write your comments & replies,
Possibly even comments & replies that inspire me to write interesting replies
and write new blog posts about daily.

 





 
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on October 08, 2019, 05:39:35 AM
As I wrote about in previous replies, I have all kinds of Daily writing,

I also frequently write messages on one of our own self designed Post- and Greeting- Cards,
for things like Birth Days, and other Occasions, as a Real Card with a stamp on it,
or send as an E-Card. 

We also created a special line of our own design DIY-(e)Cards, with great looking
photos, that you can easily personalize with your own messages, when you like. We also created
several pre-created examples that you can choose from, to show you
what you can do with our - Do It Yourself - Cards.

Today we did send an other one of our DIY-Cards, to send a Birthday Message,
and turned our DIY-(e)Card into a special personalized Birthday Card.

(You can see - and read more, about our (e)Cards on my blog)   


Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: Bajan_Maxrevus on December 04, 2019, 11:38:56 PM
This has been a struggle for me over the last few years. As soon as I get into a great writing rhythm, either work or life pulls me away for a bit. I'm an outline writer so I know where my stories are supposed to go but the flow always takes some time to come back. If life would allow, I would write every day.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on February 05, 2020, 08:56:40 AM
One of the daily types of writing that I do is writing blog posts,
(and writing replies when you write comments on any of my blog posts)

For example today I wrote a blog post about Happy Valentine Cards you can
(also) send as E-Cards or Share on Social Media.

https://hpshappywriting2.blogspot.com/2020/02/happy-diy-valentine-cards-you-can-also.html

Also explaining about how with our Do It Yourself Cards you can
customize your Card with your own (curved) text.

 

Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on April 19, 2020, 03:11:11 AM
As I already wrote about in several previous replies,
I have many types of daily writing, like emails, Tweets, blog posts etc. etc.

Also Journal writing, as you can also read about in my replies on the
thread on this forum titled:

Writing for Fun or Writing for Gain?
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: Zoey141 on April 30, 2020, 08:24:18 AM
I've been trying to write everyday at least during this quarantine time. Haven't done so great, but managed at least twice a week. I mean, PROPER writing sessions. I've always struggled with writing descriptive essays (https://www.123helpme.com/descriptive-essays/) and pieces, and I'm currently working on the setting of my short story. It's been an uphill battle, but I've found a few good resources that help. Came here for more suggestions. :)
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: DGSquared on May 04, 2020, 01:49:09 PM
Last month for NaPoWriMo, National Poetry Writing Month, I wrote at least one poem a day, every day. I posted 35 or so at my favorite poety forum, TTB and wrote over 50 nearly complete poems.


30 poems in 30 days. I did it! Yeah! I'm pleased with this accomplishment. I ended up with a couple of good poems that were acclaimed by other poets. That makes me very happy. I'm now looking into publishing an adult children's book.


Happy writing, Folks.


Be well.
~Deb
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: JTetstone on May 05, 2020, 03:09:14 PM
Congratulations  Deb.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on May 09, 2020, 03:09:08 AM
Besides doing all kinds of daily writing, as you can read about in
previous replies,


I also discovered an other type of - Comment writing - other than only writing Comments on Blog posts, also writing Comments on - Tweets -

At first I didn't even know you could Interact, other then "Passively"
Like or Retweet,

I couldn't see any of the Comments on the Tweets also not when I clicked
on the Text-balloon icon below the Tweets....,

So at first I didn't understand why I couldn't see any Comments,
appears that you need to click on - the Number - beside
the Text-balloon icon, to see the comments.

So now when you ask a question in your Tweet,
I might interact with you writing you an answer.

Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on May 22, 2020, 02:38:17 AM
Because I occasionally see some of your readers feedback on both
our Blog Posts, and on our Twitter Tweets...,

Besides me (and/or other readers) writing you Replies to Comments
you write on any of our Posts on any of our blog(s),

I also write you replies on the Comments you write
on our Twitter Tweets.

Especially when you have a big following yourself on your Twitter, I also
really like seeing your Re-Tweets on our Twitter Tweets !


BTW thanks for Following us on Twitter, and thanks for
your Comments, Likes and Retweets.

 

 
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: Remotely on May 25, 2020, 01:52:12 PM
Yes, I write everyday. Whether it is adding to an unfinished story, participating on forums like this one, editing or creating a lyric or making money on a content mill.....I write everyday.

I thoroughly enjoy writing.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on May 30, 2020, 03:05:25 PM
I frequently write blog posts on my Writing Blog,
Like for example this recent blog post titled:

https://hpshappywriting2.blogspot.com/2020/05/share-our-postcards-online.html

I also frequently do daily - Promotional writing -, by also including in my blog posts
a Special Message telling that you can easily share my blog posts or product pages
on your own Social Media, by Email, On Pinterest,
On Facebook and on Twitter.


Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: jessywrites on June 13, 2020, 07:02:19 AM
No, I don't think it's necessary, however, writing is an exercise and so even if you are dealing with writer's block, you may find it rewarding to indeed try and write something every day. It could be a creative writing exercise if you are stuck on your manuscript. 
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on June 14, 2020, 03:15:26 AM
Besides some of the daily writing I wrote about in previous replies,
We also occasionally write you Interesting Questions, like we recently
did in our Twitter Poll...,

Asking you about your favorite Activities during this Corona-time!

Since we had seen a slight increase in people looking at our Puzzle designs,
Doing Puzzles was one of the activities we asked about,
also about among other things,
 
Doing Sports, Cooking & Baking, Being on Social Media etc. etc.

To my surprise many of you
actually did participate !


BTW Thanks for Following us on Twitter, and

Thanks for your - VOTES - and thanks for
your Comments, Likes and Re-tweets !


Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: ariwrites on June 21, 2020, 11:02:24 PM
I don't have the time/energy to write everyday. Most of my writing gets done on my weekend. So, two days a week is really where I get all my writing done. I do try to read during the week as it doesn't take quite as much focus. I also like to read online stories for critique.

I think as long as you're building a habit of steady output, you don't have much to worry about. I haven't hit any issues with writers block by only doing two days. I've made a lot of progress, only its probably slower progress than others  :)
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on August 15, 2020, 03:33:34 AM
Besides all the different types of daily writing I mentioned before,
we also occasionally write you questions in occasional Poll on our Twitter,

In both our Tweets, and Blog posts we also regularly - ask - you to follow us
on Twitter, and to become - Regular Readers - on our Blogs.

Because we really like to see your, Comments, Replies, Likes & Retweets. and
- your - Regular Readers Feedback also gives us a reason to
write you Comments & Replies back every single day.



Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: PIJ1951 on August 23, 2020, 01:28:36 PM
The 'writing muscle' is like every other muscle. The more you exercise it, the stronger and easier it becomes to use it.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on August 30, 2020, 07:34:17 AM
Totally agree with you PIJ1951 !

That's why I usually write every single day,

I usually write in a Daily Journal every single day,

I even wrote about Journaling itself on my blog
as you can see here below:


https://hpshappywriting2.blogspot.com/search?q=Journaling





Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: Khiidaw88 on September 11, 2020, 09:23:58 AM
The important thing is that it engages my brain and keeps me working (my fingers are typing, my brain is formulating a combination of words in a specific order, etc.? So e en if Iím not writing something for my current project, I can at least engage that creative part of my brain that makes me a writer.
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Itís like reviving your engine. You donít expect to get anywhere, but itís always useful to fire up the motor and practice going through the motions. Once, I had no phone and a ten minute break with nothing to do. I took out a pen and a napkin and started brainstorming names for my next heroes and villains.

As long as you keep writing, everything you do will help get you to the finish line.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on September 27, 2020, 05:00:52 AM
Yes, engaging the creative part, keep the 'Writing Muscle' in shape,

Talking about 'Engaging'...,

When you like to exercise your 'Writing Muscle' you are also welcome to
write Commens/Replies on my Blog, and possibly when I start knowing your
writing style, I might even invite you as a - Guest Writer - on my Writing Blog
where you can share links to your writing etc.

Because while on my Twitter and especially on my Pinterst boards at the moment,
I am getting lot's of Responses from you, on my blog I don't yet see that much
daily Comment/Reply writing going on as I would expect from writers !

 
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
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The concept behind writing every day has to do with training your brain and creating consistency so that you form a new habit of writing every day...however it is a bit of a flawed system and we have to take into consideration how our brains actually work, which in most cases is geared towards failure or to prove our beliefs that we CAN'T write every day are true.
Title: Re: Do you write every single day?
Post by: HPvD on December 06, 2020, 05:02:44 AM
In previous replies I already did mention several types of daily writing that I do like
writing short Tweet Messages for our Twitter-page or writing personal messages for any of (our own design) Post- & Greeting Cards, or things like a To-do-list / Journal Writing, or writing blog posts,
or Writing Comments/replies on blog posts from other bloggers, also

Somewhat similar as occasionally commenting/replying on blog posts, from bloggers,
I also occasionally Write Readers Letters for small scale publications,
and even got published a few times also in some Big (Glossy) Magazines !

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