I have the most of my writing done, but I have yet to complete 75 words. Since my writing is so slow and my mind is so cluttered, I’m often unable to focus on what I’m writing. The more I write, the more I lose track. What I’m trying to say is that I’m trying to write like I’m 35, which doesn’t seem to be working out.
I have so many words on the page that it makes it hard to read. The same way I have words on the page that Im trying to write but I keep losing track of where I left off. I can’t wait for the next 50 because then I won’t have to sit here and re-read everything.
That is a very good analogy. I have over 50 words on the page, and over the last half hour or so, Im not sure where I got to. That’s why I usually take a moment to write a few sentences to get the whole thing on the page and make it easier to read.
There are times when I feel like I’ve lost a decade; sometimes I feel like I’m writing a novel. Just about every day I sit down to write something and I’m not sure about something or I just end up over thinking it. I think a lot of editors have this problem. I get to a point in my writing where I feel like something is important enough to write about that I want to get it down on paper.
I often feel like I’m writing a novel. It’s part of what keeps me writing. When I’m stuck I’ll start writing a novel and it will take me longer than it should because I’ll be thinking about the same things I’m thinking about now. A novel is something that I have to write on purpose and I have to keep at it until I get it down.
Its a good problem to have because it forces you to pay attention. You need to write or you will be too distracted and lose the flow. A novel is a process. It’s like a marathon. You have to focus on the task at hand, and when you get stuck you have to get clear on what you need to do next. It forces you to keep your attention on the task at hand and makes you more efficient.
As you write, the ideas come out of the back of your head and you are not in a position to do anything. So when you are in a flow state, you can write what you want and then go back and edit or refine it. When you are not in flow, you can’t edit or refine anything. If you are in flow and think you are, you can do whatever you want.
A good writer can write anything, but he or she has to know what he or she is doing, but as you write, your mind and the way you write is dictated by the things you are writing about.
Writing anything can be a bit like a conversation, and the way you write is dictated by the things you are writing about. So if you are in a flow state, you don’t have to wait around for the flow to manifest itself. You can have your writing be dictated by your thoughts and then go back and edit or refine it later.
In other words, you can have your writing be dictated by your thoughts and then go back and edit or refine it later.