With another year whooshing past, deadlines nipping at our heels, and goals calling to be achieved, it’s easy to think of time as the enemy. But I say we can think of time as a friend instead. And by doing so, it will change our approach and the way we handle pressure. It will even change how much we're able to get done.
We need time to develop our writing skills,
Time to shape our books into the best they can be,
Time to consider a critique,
Time to be inspired.
Time does us many favors. Far more than I’ve listed here. When we rush in, all in a tither, focused only on the end-goal, we can miss so much. All we really need to do is value the time we’ve been given, manage it with respect, enjoy the writing process, and perhaps step back a little so we can live in the moment.