Posted on November 12, 2021 at 10:04 AM by Sadye Scott-Hainchek
The best part about being an indie writer? You’re your own boss.
The worst part? You’re your own boss.
So there’s no one telling you when to start working and for how long until you take a break.
No shame if this is a struggle for you — there are countless techniques and tools to help.
One such technique, called the Pomodoro technique (yes, like the Italian word for "tomato"), encourages you to work in shorter bursts with frequent, structured breaks.
Author Jason Hamilton discusses how the Pomodoro technique can apply to writers, including by sharing his own Pomodoro schedule and some apps that can be helpful in following it, at the Kindlepreneur blog.
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