A great post by Tim Kimber of rightplacerighttim.com on how to use a writing journal to increase your output!
Since October 2015, I’ve been tracking my progress with a writing journal, in which I record the time of each session, its duration, the number of words written and what chapter I was working on. A year later, I’m up to my eyeballs in data, and can draw some enlightening conclusions therein.
But first, a graph! Gadzooks!
As you can see, there are a number of lulls in productivity, loosely matching life events: Christmas in December, getting married and going on honeymoon in April, and being on holiday in August. Oddly, it is my holiday time that I’m at my least productive.
Getting deeper into the data, I can glean which type of session I get the most out of…
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