124: Lists for Writers

Lists for Writers

Handy lists writers should keep

November 9, 2018

 

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LISTS YOU SHOULD KEEP

Have you ever seen one of those journals where the pages have dots instead of lines? It’s called a bullet journal. If your desk has a tendency to become a bunny nest of paper scraps with lists on them, this could be a great idea for you. All of the lists are things you want to be reminded of. Sorting through your nest of lists could be the first step in creating valuable writer lists.

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