There’s nothing magical about the New Year.
Nothing supernatural happens when the clocks click midnight on January 1st.
But New Year’s can (and does) still hold the potential to be incredibly powerful. This is something that every writer knows: narrative, and our sense of a shift in narrative, can be hugely impactful.
That’s why we set New Year’s resolutions—and why many of us feel a renewed energy at the beginning of the year.
But with almost a month of 2020 behind us, the strength of conviction we felt when we set our resolutions may be starting to dwindle. In fact, 80% of people who make New Year’s resolutions will abandon them by the second week of February!
Let’s not be part of that statistic this year. Here are three simple strategies to help you stick to your New Year’s writing resolutions—not just for a month or two, but all year long:Continue reading How to Stick to Your Writing Resolutions All Year Long