Finding time to write is a dilemma most writers face at one time or another. Maybe all writers do.
I think the problem, however, is in the question. We don’t need to find time to write as much as we need to make time.
We each have 24 hours in our day. While work and sleep occupy part of each day, we exercise some degree of control over the rest. We decide what we will do with it. We can choose to write or opt to do something else.
Before you say, “But my situation is different,” let me agree with you.
Then let me ask, “How much time do you spend each week watching TV or on social media?” That is a prime opportunity to write instead.
If writing is important to you, you will make time to write. It may be a little or a lot. It may be every day or only once a week, but make it happen.
If you can carve out ten minutes a day, every day, and write one hundred words each day, by the end of the year you will have written 36,500 words.
If you can carve out one hour a week, every week, and write 500 words, by the end of the year, you will have written 26,000 words.
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