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Balancing family and writing life

BY: SEdwin | Category: Writing | Post Date: 2010-02-16
 



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A writer is a person who has a constant pressure due to the pressing needs of trying to complete various assignments on time. Deadline is a factor that plays a major role to pressurize the person to complete assignments before they are due. The deadline is as important as the family. The truth though is that when a person has to choose between family and the deadline, the person will choose the family. So family is more important though deadlines for submitting writing projects are important.

A writer should make sure that he or she does not ignore the family because of the writing that needs to be done. There are certain measures that can be taken to make sure that the balance between the family and the writing is done in the correct method.

1. Set time for the family:

Every writer should make sure that a particular time is set apart for the family. This is because the family of the person needs to have the love of the person. This will ensure that the person is able to write as well as spend quality time with the family. This is an important aspect, though many people may think that it is not very important. Many writers may also feel that they are spending adequate time with their family, though they may not be doing so. The writer is not the best judge of this fact to see if the time is being spent with the family.

2. Set a separate area for your work:

The writer should make sure that a separate area in the house is set for the writing work. The person should not come into the living room and start doing the work in the middle of the family. This will not only affect the writer's concentration, but it might also spoil the fun that the family is having. A separate work area will help to balance family life and the work of the writer.

3. Take a break:

The writer should take a break from work and go on a family trip at least once a month for at least a day. Many writers tend to get too engrossed in their work and forget about their family. To avoid this, a short trip each month and a longer vacation once a year will help the writer to be able to spend more time with the family and the family members will also be satisfied.

4. Eat dinner together:


If all of you are at home, then it is best for the whole family to have dinner together. This is because dinner is a time when the whole family will be able to talk and get to learn about the day's happenings. Sharing various thoughts can also be a part of the dinner time. This is the reason for the whole family to have dinner together. This will also make sure that the writer is able to spend time with the whole family each day.

All these are the methods in which the writer can balance family life and work life.

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