12 Daily Habits of High-Achieving Writers

Good habits.

Meg Dowell Writes

1. Beginning each day knowing exactly what you plan on accomplishing before you go to bed tonight. Plans don’t stifle creativity — they guarantee room for creativity to roam free.

2. Participating in creative activities outside of writing that keep your brain engaged and your heart happy.

3. Reviewing short- and long-term goals. Keep them in the front of your mind — better yet, in front of your eyes. Post-It notes exist for a reason!

4. Not being afraid to go back to basics. There’s nothing wrong with a quick writing prompt or a simple rewriting exercise to warm up, cool down, or replace a more lengthy writing session.

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