I’m exceedingly disciplined and therefore allow myself plenty of time for writing projects.
I think about my writing projects even when I am not actively working on them and take notes about those thoughts when they arise.
I’m very organized and use a form of outlining that works best for me, using my outline to guide me through my work but still allowing myself to be inspired outside its boundaries.
I understand my needs as a writer, making sure they are met, but I am constantly reassessing those needs and changing them.
I find a congenial, relaxing place to write, allowing my ideas to flow easily.
I make sure to make writing a priority, refusing to give into procrastination.
I think writer's block is a silly phrase, since I always have something to say and often too many ideas to write them down in only one session.
I pace myself as a writer, allowing myself times to refill my creative cup.
I use a dictionary, thesaurus, and other tools to help me write well.
I read works by writers whom I admire, which inspires me as well as allows me to see, through careful study, their greatness.