By in Writing

Writing up a storm

Around the ironing, dish washing and watching the Tour de France coverage, today has been one of those Days. I'm on annual leave this week so I've been making the most of the extra writing time that gives me.

I've already submitted one 800-word to one client, just started work on another, been accepted here and need to slot in an hour or so for my main client later.

This kind of situation suits my ADHD fleabrain to a T, as it means I'm constantly thinking about the next article as well as the current one. Keeps me from getting bored, stops me from wanting to kill fellow bus passengers who are being distracting and allows me to empty my overly stuffed brain onto the screen in the cause of keeping new coming.

I've written about fashion already today for the submitted article, the one I'm working on now is on multi-level marketing, then for my main client I'll be writing about subjects of interest to HR professionals. I'm in the middle of a series on great business tips at the moment, as well as finalising an article on flexi-time working being ideal for certain workers.

See what I mean when I said in my introduction I am a compulsive ?

Written by


You will need an account to comment - feel free to register or login.

Comments

AliCanary wrote on July 10, 2014, 1:11 PM

Ooh goodness, I got tired just reading this. You're gonna give AdrienneJenkins a run for her money!

WordChazer wrote on July 10, 2014, 1:17 PM

Funnily enough, AliCanary it was AdrienneJenkins I first noticed when I was nosing around before joining. emoticon :winking:
Yes, I am a compulsive writer. I like nothing better than sticking on some instrumental music, logging on and simply writing.

DorothyGale wrote on July 10, 2014, 9:00 PM

Glad you're here. I'm looking forward to reading your compulsive writing! :)

WordChazer wrote on July 11, 2014, 5:52 PM

Looking forward to supplying it DorothyGale . Especially as the other site is down AGAIN and I have a Friday night to myself to write and drink and generally chill.