Let me guess…
At least one of your New Year’s resolutions relates to your writing.
Am I right?
Maybe you’ve decided to commit to a daily writing practice.
Or set your sights on a specific writing goal, to be achieved no matter what.
Or committed to launching a blog to showcase your writing to a waiting world.
Even if making resolutions isn’t your style, making some kind of plan for your writing in 2016 is a smart idea.
But there’s a problem. And it comes down to human nature.
Most resolutions slide before January ends. And most plans crumble at the first sign of trouble.
That’s because even our best intentions soon stall without the right fuel…