Rainy Days-Equal Proactive Writing

Rainy days, they are seriously great for any writer, because you have no choice but too write and finish your assignments. While the rain drips through the cracks in your ceiling you can apply yourself for that next big gig and hope that the fish is going to bite. Yes, small nod’s to fishing will also get you the mind-frame that you need in order to be successful as a writer.

It was a rainy day in the Cat In The Hat, and the kids had a great time tearing apart their house. It was a rainy day in Labyrinth, and the heroine was more than happy to escape to a place that was more fantasy and less reality. So when you are writing you client’s books, creating their newsletters, and editing furiously their campaigns consider that you are not alone and that the whole day is a productive day.

You don’t have to look outside and push the work away, and you don’t have to worry about what else there is to do. It’s right there in front of you.