In the first seven days of the “2013 – Thirteen Minutes a Day” challenge, I have:
- Drafted a two-page synopsis for “You, Jane,” the second novel I wrote, so I can prepare a package for submitting to agents and publishers;
- Started editing “The Law of Immediate Forgiveness” so I can have it ready to ‘shop’ at the upcoming summer writing conferences; and
- Realized that thirteen minutes almost always winds up being twenty, or thirty, or even an hour’s worth of good work, once I sit myself down to do it.
Thirteen minutes a day spent on something very important to you – it adds up.