I usually don’t listen to music while writing but I know other authors do. I spoke to a few writers at Imaginarium in July. I gave it a shot. It didn’t work out so well for me. I do better with white noise. I’m interested to know what works for you! Music reduces stress and anxiety, puts you in a better mood, and boosts your imagination. It stands to reason that it would help you write, right? Studies have shown that music with lyrics causes your brain to be less productive.
This was an interesting question. What is your most hated household chore? I wouldn't say that I hated any chore but for me, matching and folding socks come close! There's always something missing. I like my socks matched and folded one way, my husband another. I always have a bin full of unmatched socks that I have to go through periodically to see if matches are magically in the bin after a few weeks. Okay, so now you know. Lynn Tincher Author of The Mind-Bending Series and
Multitasking is when you try to handle more than one task at a time. Examples include reading while walking on the treadmill, sending e-mails while watching TV, and talking on the phone while driving to your next event. What about when your to-do list is overwhelming and you have the urge to just plow through the tasks before your head explodes? Did you know that when multitasking, you need to resist the urge to speed up and instead slow your roll? Studies have shown that peo