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SPARK | “How can I make more time in the day to write with my son?”

SPARK | “How can I make more time in the day to write with my son?”

Spark is a month. We’re writing a book. When are we supposed to find the time?

Time. It’s that elusive thing that is both there always and yet we can never seem to find it.

Now we’re trying to squeeze in a book. In a month. With a kid as co-creator.

WHAT were we thinking!

PRO TIP: Often the core of the book, the “big idea” or the storyline can come in an instant, in a flash of brilliance, and this often comes when we’re doing something else. Like peeling potatoes. Or making sandwiches. Or chatting with Lewis’s friend who’s over visiting.

What if we had a sheet with pretty icons and tips to help figure that stuff out during the day-to-day hectic times?

Like “5 Ways to Steal Time–When You’re Sure There’s None Left.”

Something like … this.

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