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You could win…your very own copy of Bylines, the calendar for writers (see photo above). I know the blank screen can be daunting, but for me personally, the just-write-it-all-down-now-edit-it-later technique has really worked well for me. When I get really fired up about something, I write in the morning like crazy, make coffee, and write even more vigorously, caffeine being my favorite drug. One of my goals for the year is to write SOMETHING each day – on one of the two blogs I write, in my journal, or a handwritten letter to a friend or family member. Using characters from a tv show will quiet those voices in your head that say, “but what does he LOOK like, what color is his couch? I think writing every day keeps the writing muscles in shape–whether we write for 20 minutes or a few hours!
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Always consult your doctor or mental health professional before trying anything you read here. We publish books on mindfulness in daily life and are committed to making these teachings accessible to everyone and preserving them for future generations. It features US and Canadian legal holidays, phases of the moon, and important observances of the world’s major religions. Instead of worrying what to write about, just write anything that comes into your head, even if it is just a sort of whine to the world. I was delighted to discover that my submission had made it into this year’s edition of Bylines.
I’ve found it to be true that once I start writing, I get in a rhythm and the words do flow. I love having a prompt specific for each day, because if I have a list of prompt I have to pick from I end up spending all my writing time bouncing from one to another and never getting anything on paper. And the book a day or quote a day calendars mean I usually save a bunch of little sheets of paper, which I don’t need. It’s a weekly planner with many extra tools packed inside for writers, and hopefully writers will find the weekly essays on writing a valuable bonus, for inspiration and motivation. I really need a way to document the daily routine to be more accountable, productive & organized.
Sometimes you get respite in peace, and sometimes one of those zinging thoughts is an insight. One of the most significant negative habits we should be aware of is that of constantly allowing our mind to run off into the future.

I can see the wonders of the natural world, but immediately I see most of it being degraded and chewed up by that top predator, parasite, and general scourge - humans. I really like the one I have that is not geared toward a specific year–so I can use it whenever I want, put it away for a few years, and use it again later.
I put on some music to block out the world and I just type away— until I start to sense where I last left off with one of my stories or characters.
I haven’t seen that brand of calendar again, but both Day Runner and DayTimer calendars fit, and I use it for my daily Bible reading reference and comment.
So a LOT of times, I’ll have double the number of words allowed and I am forced to edit it down yet try to keep it coherent, engaging and readable. It was my husband’s turn to choose the page-a-day calendar this year, and he went with the New Yorker cartoons, which is also very funny (most days, anyway).
Deep down, we believe we can't really be happy just yet—that we still have a few more boxes to be checked off before we can really enjoy life. Don’t write about anything boring to you—that’s a sign that you are telling lies, writing to please others and not yourself. Well, Maranara, maybe you would prefer this only be a quote thread without discussions or my musings.

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