Write for 30 Minutes a Day, 6 Days a Week

It may not seem like much, but it adds up

Amanda Bourbonais
May 29, 2020 · 6 min read
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Option #1: Write every day

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Option #2: Write a few times per week

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Option #3: The goldilocks method

Why it’s just right

Drawbacks

Tips for making it work

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Give it a try

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Amanda Bourbonais

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Writing and reading to get better — in health, in life, and with quality dance moves. Holistic Health Copywriter/Editor. She/her.

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