Unfortunately I'm going to have to slurp a highly caffeinated beverage on the run today - I'm writing this from a hotel room in London and I'm due in a client meeting in 68 minutes... Preparing for this meeting (and the one next week, and the HUGE one at the beginning of May) has taken most of the time I've had this week. But I've still managed to write 2,500 words, mainly by writing on the train during my commute (when I haven't been using this extra time to work...). This has meant the writing topic foremost in my mind when I woke up and 6.58 and thought 'OH MY GOD IT'S MY COFFEE BREAK TODAY!' was fitting in writing when everything else gets so crazy you barely remember to brush your teeth. I guess the parents among us are more familiar with this feeling than most, and I for one would be exceedingly grateful for any tips to dealing with writing vs the rest of life. How do you fit it all in?
(Sorry if this post is a bit rubbish, I promise it will be better next week!)