Tag: Strategies

The Most Dangerous Writing App: Nicole’s Ridiculous Experiment (Middlesode)

“If you stop typing for more than five seconds, all progress will be lost.” –The Most Dangerous Writing App

Writing on Vacation (Middlesode)

In this week’s middlesode, Sarah talks about strategies for writing (or maybe NOT writing?) on vacation. Join the conversation in the Writing on Wednesdays Facebook Group! (https://www.facebook.com/groups/WritingonWednesdays/) Until next week, Nicole Roccas – www.nicoleroccas.com Sarah Bereza – www.sarah-bereza.com

Batch-Writing Blog Posts: Ideas and Strategies (Ep 011)

It’s that time of the week again! Today we’re talking about the strategy of batch-writing blog posts, plus Nicole will share about an app she uses to avoid getting sucked into Facebook, and we’ll both give a brief update of our respective writing lives. So get your pens ready, pull up a chair, and join…
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Headspace for Writers: Mindfulness and Creativity (Middlesode)

How the Headspace app can help writers battle the restless energy of creativity.

5 Boundaries Every Writer Should Have (Ep 009)

We know boundaries are important, but what do they mean for writers?

Getting Sucked In: The Dangers of Cognitive Tunneling (Middlesode)

Do you ever get sucked into the minutiae of writing projects? This week Nicole reflects on the dangers of cognitive tunneling and how to beat it. Join the conversation in the Writing on Wednesdays Facebook Group! (https://www.facebook.com/groups/WritingonWednesdays/) Until next week, happy writing! Nicole Roccas – www.nicoleroccas.com Sarah Bereza – www.sarah-bereza.com

Write Like an Onion! (Ep 005)

A weird but useful writing strategy, especially for crunch times!

A Free Project Management Template for Writers

If you’re like me, you find the project management side of creative work to be… Wait, what’s project management? My point exactly. For years, I’ve been trying to find a project management strategy that worked. The biggest challenge is finding a timeframe that suits creative work. Yearly and often even quarterly targets seem too distant…
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