How Do You Organize Your Writing?

7 Weekly Steps to Becoming an Organized Writer with Kelsey Browning

A cluttered desk is the sign of a cluttered mind, right? Today, co-founderKelsey Browning shows us how to keep organized for better writing.


How many times have you lamented (okay, out and out whined) about the pressure for writers to do it all these days? Writers are one-person enterprises, overseeing production, marketing, finance, strategy and more. There simply aren’t enough hours in the day, right?

Reality check.

Even if we added another eight hours to each day, we would still press to accomplish more in the limited time we have. So being organized is essential. Otherwise, you wake up one morning to discover your desk has its own zip code and your to-do list is longer than Santa’s. But by investing an hour a week, you can stay on track with your projects and paperwork. The trick is to make this process a part of your regularly scheduled work, not a maybe-if-I-get-to-it task. Commit and you’ll be happy you did.


One comment on “How Do You Organize Your Writing?

  1. Hard to be organized. Writing can’t be forced. Writing must come from somewhere. I agree with your logic. Need to have set hours and I believe need to carry a pad of paper for notes and thoughts. Thank you for your wisdom on writing.


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