Do you have trouble maintaining your focus while writing? Are you easily distracted by things around you? Do you get up and down to get drinks or snacks? Do you wander over to email or social media? Do you stare out the window every few minutes? I do.
All of these can quickly become built-in habits that are hard to break.
There are many ways writers can improve their focus on writing and break bad habits. You can use timers, turn off notifications, or write on a cleared screen. All of these are great methods. But sometimes those are not enough. You just have to break the habit. And a magic bowl might be the perfect way to do that.
What is a Magic Bowl?
James Clear in Atomic Habits suggests that one of the keys for changing a bad habit is to make the new habit replacing it more…
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