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October 21, 2012


What amazing progress you've made, and what a testimony to the productivity of limited time! You're an inspiration. I like your little meter over there on the left, too.

I have a lumie wake-up clock and I have to agree it's worth every penny for wintery mornings

Great progress! I, too, love writing in the early morning (and use a similar alarm clock -- a Sunrizr, which is a control unit into which you plug a dimmable light fixture of your choice), though I'm having trouble getting on a schedule that makes it possible due to evening teaching and a lot of late-night church meetings. I think the key to using small units of time effectively (though I'm still experimenting with this myself) is to also have regular longer periods available for looking at the big picture and planning ahead to use the additional small blocks).

I love early morning quiet times for writing. Getting into the habit is the key. Even when I'm traveling, I am still up before DH and the dogs to get my work and/or writing done.

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