In January 2006, I wrote a post, "Be a Five-Minute Writer", in which I talked about writing in life's stolen moments.
decide what you're going to work on. If you don't plan to work on Project X or Project Y, you'll spend five minutes doodling. Take along a couple of projects. If you don't feel like working on an article, you may feel like working on a short story. Some writers simply designate "spare" writing as brainstorming time, or journaling time.
These days, writing in life's stolen moments is much easier, especially if you've got an iPhone or other smartphone -- or an iPad.
You can just tap away, wherever you happen to be.
You can drop the documents on which you want to work into DropBox, and work on them in spare moments.
When you're prepared, you'll find the time to write -- anywhere.
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