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How to Take Back Control of Your Time (and Fit More Writing In)

Do you spend as much time writing as you want to? Hardly any writers do. Most of us have a lot of non-writing things going on. Depending on the stage of life you’re at, that might be education (school, university, or evening classes), a day job (full time or part time), child-rearing (a more than […] The post How to Take Back Control of Your Time (and Fit More Writing In) appeared first on Aliventures.
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