Yes, I am completely serious about what I am saying in the title of this post. No matter how busy you think you are, there is still time troughout your day to devote to writing your eBook. By managing your time well, you will be able to write every day and get your eBook written, even if you have other full-time commitments.
I keep a spiral bound notebook with me at all times. I have one in the car and another one in my purse. Whenever I have an idea about something I want to write about, I make sure it gets into the notebook. I have even been known to pull over to the side of the rode and write down my ideas. The dullest pencil will always be better than the sharpest mind, so I don’t let my ideas get away.
Look for time throughout your day to write your eBook. If your mornings are very busy, see if you can find 20 or 30 minutes to write after you have completed your morning tasks. If you go to a job every morning, leave home early and find a comfortable place to sit in your car and write.
When I was still teaching in the classroom, I used to leave thirty minutes early to beat the traffic. Then I pulled into the parking lot of a post office near my school and wrote for 30 minutes each morning. I accomplished so much during that time, and went to work feeling like I had already done something for my future as a writer. It was a great feeling and helped me make it through that last year of teaching. Instead of waiting until I left teaching to begin my writing career, I began writing during the last year I was teaching. Putting this spin on my attitude and taking action made all of the difference in my level of success.
Even though I work from home now, I still look for those extra minutes each day. If I have a doctor’s appointment, I spend that time in the waiting room writing in my notebook. When I travel, I spend the time doing even more writing. No matter how busy you feel, there is always time to write.