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2. Step away from your desk every few hours, go for a walk, do something else, talk to someone, or reflect on your own. I think the time spent reflecting on what you've written is as important as typing the words. In a sense, you are always writing, whether you're sitting at your desk or not, because you're always thinking.
3. Take days off here and there, it's important to re-charge your batteries.
4. Always carry a notepad and pen, and write down things that you want to remember, because they slip away so easily!5. I like inspirational pictures about the place, and if I'm struggling, inspirational poems, Rudyard Kipling's If is my favourite, it's been a great help!
Campari for Breakfast by Sara Crowe is out now.