This is what it looks like when you’ve got a desk full of writing excuses

Posted June 04, 2018 12:48:57 When it comes to writing excuses, you don’t get to choose what you write and when, it just goes straight to the inbox.

But it turns out, there are some creative people who are so creative that they’ve been crafting them for years.

Take Australian writer, Anna Sainte-Marie, for instance.

Anna, who works in marketing at an Australian university, said she uses her writing excuse to keep her brain sharp and focused.

“I do it because I want to be on task and to keep my head on a swivel,” she said.

“And also, I like to think that it’s kind of like a writing exercise, so I do things to make myself more efficient and productive.”

It’s not the only excuse that Anna has developed.

“My writing excuse is a little bit like a ‘do-it-yourself’ thing, like I don’t have a boss telling me how to do something and I just do it,” she explained.

“That’s the kind of thing that I’ve developed and found that works really well.”

Anna’s advice to aspiring writers: “If you want to get good at writing, you’ve just got to do it.

Look at the best writers. “

Do your research.

Look at the best writers.

If you’re an aspiring writer, do your research and ask them questions.”

The best advice?

Write down every mistake you’ve made, and then do it again.

Anna said she has written about five writing excuses for every single word she has typed.

“When I’m in a hurry, I’ll type a sentence and just put it in the right place, and when I’m thinking in my head, I will put it there,” she told ABC News.

She added: “It’s just like a learning experience.” “

You can’t be too efficient, you can’t just write the same thing over and over.”

She added: “It’s just like a learning experience.”

It sounds a bit daunting, but Anna said it is worth it.

“Sometimes you just have to get through the day without making a mistake, so write down all the things that you do that you have to change, so you can learn from that,” she added.

Anna also revealed her favourite writing excuse: “Sometimes when I have a deadline or a deadline is just so important and you just don’t want to make it and you want it to be perfect, but you also know that it’ll never be perfect.” “

And that’s the secret to getting better.”

Anna also revealed her favourite writing excuse: “Sometimes when I have a deadline or a deadline is just so important and you just don’t want to make it and you want it to be perfect, but you also know that it’ll never be perfect.”

It works every time.

The best part is, when you write down every word you’ve ever written, you won’t forget a single one of them!

If you’d like to read more from Anna, click on the story to the left.

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