People often ask what my writing schedule looks like. This is always a hard question to answer, because I'm not much of a structure guy. But I see the value in establishing routines, especially in the morning.
This can be a challenge, because routines are all about you and your personality. So they should vary from person to person.
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I like what Seth Godin said when Brian Clark asked him how he wrote every day. Seth refused to answer, and then he said:
There is this feeling that if we ate the same breakfast cereal Stephen King ate, then we'd be able to write like Stephen King writes.
So true. Routines are important, but only if you make them your own. Simply copying someone else's routine probably won't work.