Sometimes Junk TV Is the Answer

Photo by Stephen Monterroso on Unsplash

I’m not always the most conventional writer. Other writers might tell you to sell your TV, cancel Netflix, and to do nothing but read books.

Their reasoning might not be altogether wrong either. You should cut out as many distractions as you can, where you can. When you’re working, focus on the work. But…

--

--

--

Kentucky Poet, Scribbler & Blogger. 100,000+ views. Changing the world one scribble at a time. Let's connect: linkedin.com/in/gdwelch

Love podcasts or audiobooks? Learn on the go with our new app.

Recommended from Medium

Uphill 05 — “Go the extra mile, it is never crowded.”

3 Productivity Habits of Exceptionally Happy People

Personal task management in parallel with project business

Eliminating Waste — Scheduling

Never Miss Three Days In A Row

Whoopass Wednesday Motivation

Organize You Life And Mind

Get the Medium app

A button that says 'Download on the App Store', and if clicked it will lead you to the iOS App store
A button that says 'Get it on, Google Play', and if clicked it will lead you to the Google Play store
Gregory D. Welch

Gregory D. Welch

Kentucky Poet, Scribbler & Blogger. 100,000+ views. Changing the world one scribble at a time. Let's connect: linkedin.com/in/gdwelch

More from Medium

Leveraging Our Writing as Self-Care

The Powerful Creative Process That Helps Me Write Short Fiction Consistently

How To Finish Your Book When You’re Totally Blocked Right in the Middle

What “Facts Don’t Care About Your Feelings” Means for Write