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Note 182a – Psychology of Writing (before clutter clearing)


I am sitting here at my writing desk today, not able to concentrate or get inspired because my writing space around me is so messy. I usually think that I would be better off getting the writing done and then clear up afterwards, but quite often it’s late at night when I finish and I’m not in the mood for clutter clearing. 

So, as it’s daytime, I’m going to stop what I am writing, have a bit of a tidy around my writing space and come back later. 

In the meantime – something for you to read…

Hope you enjoy the article that Bill MacWithey has written on The Psychology of Writing: http://www.booksbybill.com/psychology_of_writing.htm.

Until later today…

Sandra

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Until tomorrow…

Sandra
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