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Successful Record Keeping For Writers’ Submissions - Writer's Relief, Inc.

Keeping track of submissions to literary agents and editors can be confusing, especially if you’re submitting your creative writing on a regular basis. At Writer’s Relief, we know how difficult it can be to stay on top of the submission process. An integral part of our service includes keeping careful track of our clients’ submissions.

If you want to learn how to organize and track your own submissions, follow these simple steps to error-free record keeping, and you’ll never need to guess again.

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Organize your entire day on one sheet of paper with The Daily Page Notepad. Great for the New Year! [Via Pinterest]

This is something that I want to start doing. You get so much more out of a day when you plan what you’re going to do. Maybe I’ll start this with the start of Chinese New Years! (Never made an actual New Year’s Resolution, so this might be kind of nice) (:

northeastcollegiate:

studyspo:

Organize your entire day on one sheet of paper with The Daily Page Notepad. Great for the New Year!


[Via Pinterest]

This is something that I want to start doing. You get so much more out of a day when you plan what you’re going to do. Maybe I’ll start this with the start of Chinese New Years! (Never made an actual New Year’s Resolution, so this might be kind of nice) 
(:

(via journaling-junkie)

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Organization And Creativity: How To Free Up Brain Space And Be A Better Writer - Writer’s Relief Blog
Okay, writers, here’s the theory: If you reduce the clutter in your life, you’ll reduce the clutter in your head and free up more brain space for creativity. Assuming you’re not one of those writers who thrives on disorganization—and there certainly are those who work better under pressure and in the midst of chaos—here are a few simple ways to get organized and be a better writer!

Organization And Creativity: How To Free Up Brain Space And Be A Better Writer - Writer’s Relief Blog

Okay, writers, here’s the theory: If you reduce the clutter in your life, you’ll reduce the clutter in your head and free up more brain space for creativity. Assuming you’re not one of those writers who thrives on disorganization—and there certainly are those who work better under pressure and in the midst of chaos—here are a few simple ways to get organized and be a better writer!

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Writers: 10 Ways To Stay Sane When You’€™re On A Deadline - Writer’s Relief, Inc.
Deadlines are a fact of life for writers. And sometimes it’s hard to stay sane when you’re facing a tight deadline (or two or three…). Whether it’s a self-imposed time frame for building your author platform or a publisher breathing down your neck for edits to your novel, working under pressure can be stressful.
Time constraints are usually manageable, but it’s human nature to procrastinate—so many distractions!—and writers sometimes end up working feverishly around the clock right to the last minute. So, how do you stay sane when you’re on a deadline? Here are a few tips.

Writers: 10 Ways To Stay Sane When You’€™re On A Deadline - Writer’s Relief, Inc.

Deadlines are a fact of life for writers. And sometimes it’s hard to stay sane when you’re facing a tight deadline (or two or three…). Whether it’s a self-imposed time frame for building your author platform or a publisher breathing down your neck for edits to your novel, working under pressure can be stressful.

Time constraints are usually manageable, but it’s human nature to procrastinate—so many distractions!—and writers sometimes end up working feverishly around the clock right to the last minute. So, how do you stay sane when you’re on a deadline? Here are a few tips.

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