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#TheWritingDesk: 5 Ways to Ensure You're Managing Time & Meeting Deadlines as a Writer

Writing is often romanticized as a solitary, creative pursuit that happens in fits and starts. However, for many writers, the reality is that writing is a job that requires discipline, time management, and meeting deadlines. In this blog post, we’ll explore how to create a writing routine that works for you, and how to treat writing as a job to ensure that you meet your deadlines. 1.  Schedule your writing time     The first step in creating a writing routine is to schedule your writing time. This means setting aside a specific time of day or week when you will write, and sticking to that schedule. Whether it’s early in the morning before work, during your lunch break, or in the evening after dinner, find a time that works for you and make it a part of your daily routine. 2.  Treat writing as a job     One of the most important aspects of creating a writing routine is treating writing as a job. This means approaching it with the same level of professionalism and dedication that you wou

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