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Yes, Working Writers Can Have a Successful Writing Career! by Irene S. Roth

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One of the hardest things to do is to be a working writer.
It can be hard to focus and be successful in your writing career. Few of us know how to switch gears after work in order to write in a focused manner. Writing is hard work. And it requires consistency and efficiency to be most successful. But how can writers achieve this if they are tired and worn out all the time?
Writers, whether they work full-time or part-time have a limited amount of time and energy to write. Writing doesn’t come easily in such situations because our brains are pushed and pulled in so many different directions. There is always so much to do and not enough time to do it in.
So, our writing is usually the first thing to go.
In addition, our world is running faster and faster. We feel like we must keep up with it, regardless of how fast it is going. But is this in line with completing our writing goals and being successful as well as healthy? Does all this rushing around make us more efficient? Is it...
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