10 Ways You Can Write Every Day

As you know, I encourage the evidence-based practice of developing a daily writing habit in order to foster the dissemination of clinical or scholarly ideas, information, and innovation.

“Daily writing” can entail a range of activities the lead to a conference presentation or a published manuscript and can be as little as 15 minutes per day at a time and place that works for you.
Tanya Golash-Boza writing for the Web site Get a Life, PhD: Succeed in Academia and Have a Life Too, suggests “Ten Ways You Can Write Every Day”: http://getalifephd.blogspot.com/2010/05/seven-ways-you-can-write-every-day.html

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