While you not think it from the size of the blogosphere, many people find it hard to get motivated to write regularly. The One Hundred Words A Day Blog has one simple idea: anyone can post to say that they've written 100 words that day. (That might not sound like much, but do it every weekday for a year and you'll have half a novel.) Whether the time taken posting to the blog might be better used to write another 50 words, it's a motivational technique worth considering if your ambitions keep dying whenever you get near the keyboard.
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