Writing is a practice every writer needs to pursue every day, including weekends. It should be a priority over anything else even when one doesn’t want to write he or she should write anyway.
One line. Two lines. After a hangover or a long night partying and/or having sumptuous sex with that person you should not have brought home after last call. Write. Don’t worry about how it reads. Write prior to attending your day job or afterwards. Write something, anything. Write a fun draft about the way he moaned in your bed last night against “your” flesh and you called him boy because you couldn't remember if his name was Rafael or Jose.
It is extremely difficult getting back into the habit of writing every day when one have not written one paragraph in a long time. I am far behind in my writing. Of course, I think about writing—fiction—every moment even when I am not writing and, instead, taking pictures. Photo taking is yet another way to procrastinate and not write . . . but the habit is also calming and acts more or less like a therapeutic massage.
I’m considering disabling the camera feature on my cellphone altogether or not use it to decrease the habit and, yes, ending FACEBOOK, which can be very addicting, might help as well.
We’re see where that goes.