How To Become More Productive As A Writer By Taking A Break

It may sound backward, but it’s effective

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There I was, sitting at my desk, my head in my hands, trying to squeeze out some kind of idea for an article. The day before I had finished a ghostwriting project that had taken me several weeks and I had been publishing my own content regularly the entire time.

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If you want to share something about your writing journey, writing in general, lessons learned, or whatever else about writing, this is the place.

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J.R. Heimbigner

J.R. Heimbigner

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