Yesterday I didn't have time to write a blog post. The first half of the day I was teaching, then in the afternoon did all kinds of tasks which were not necessarily very creative.
The only time I found myself at the computer was around 7 pm when I was waiting for my clients to sign in for the coaching call.
As I was waiting, I thought maybe I'll use this time more productively and write a blog post.
All it took me to describe what I was doing at the moment, list some details about my coaching program, answer some questions people might have about it and I was done writing.
You see, I saw a few minutes of down time and took advantage of them and turned them into a blog post.
Today too, I'm writing these words during the intermission between the classes I'm teaching. In a few minutes I'll go to lunch.
But lunch will feel much better after I've written a blog post, right?
What about you? Did you find time to blog yesterday?
If not, make sure you hunt for a few minutes today and use them more creatively to write a short blog post.
The key here is to keep looking for opportunities to squeeze in a few minutes for writing.
Like with any practice, you have to look forward to it and spot a possibility to do it.
Blogging doesn't have to be a full-time activity to produce full-time results.
Work smarter, not harder.
Hit publish and run.