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by Marieke Hensel+
To heck with sleep, one of the best things about being a blogger or a writer of anything is that my sleep is interrupted by the flow of ideas. But, seriously… thank you very much for the tips, as I better understand today that reading is a key source of knowledge and ideas, as is posting comments to other’s writing. Excellent post and thanks for the reminder that perfection is in the eye of the beholder and not the scribbler.
Perfection is the bane of good writing. If you let it get in the way of your search you will never produce.
I enjoyed this and agree with everything you have written, especially the need to read.
Excellent points. I would like to add a bit to your point number two. Sleep on a blog post. Try to write it at least the day before so you can look at it with fresh eyes the next day.
Dino’s suggestion of walking is good. I like to think about these issues in the shower too. For some reason a nice shower gives me plenty of ideas and much needed perspective.
Another great post!!
And I completely agree on #3. Nothing beats regular reading. It’s a must to gather ideas and improve your own writing.
I dont’ sleep much, I’ve tried the polyphasic sleep but when I looked through my time logs I reazlied I was just complicating my life by trying to follow the schedule and at the end of the day I only gained about 30 minutes of waking time. I already sleep very little. But #1 and #3 are critical. We’re not writing a thesis for college, and the adage is true, if you want to be a writer, read.
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