Often I get writing tips reading other writers because often I am not writing but slow-learning. After reading an article written by Karen Booth, I have been attempting to apply them. Re-learning strict discipline is the hardest thing when you'd much rather be free like a bird without schedule soaring over treetops on a windswept hill with the grandest view . . .
. . . daily writing gives you the opportunity to do better the following day. It’s a very practical way of helping you grow your resilience . . . be prepared for editing mistakes, poorly performing stories and those days when inspiration has taken a holiday. However, treat these challenges as an opportunity to build resilience rather than drawbacks . . . "⎯Karen Booth, The Writing Cooperative: Create something new and beautiful and profound