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Not really. I just write in my room or in my office. I'm pretty productive wherever I write. I've heard that changing the location where you write can change the way you write, but I haven't tried this out.


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It really depends on how your brain works, and because of that, everyone's solution will be different. It will probably even change from day to day. Some days I like silence, but most days I like music. Some days I feel lonely and go to Starbucks (wishing for a more bohemian experience like when I lived in Portland!). For me, exercise helps, TV doesn't. My ...


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I think this question may be a good one. Perhaps the writer thinks that he doesn't have the proper writing space and that's why he has the block. In my opinion, any place and any tool that works is a good one. Piers Anthony used to write in a storage shed with a typewriter on a card table. I'd never feel comfortable there. I had long writer's block until I ...


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This question doesn't really have an answer and should probably be closed. However, I'll give my own perspective on the role location can play in productivity. Movies rarely depict the life of a creative in a realistic light. Some people write in coffee shops or offices, sure, but I'd hazard to say just as many people end up doing their best writing while ...


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If you enjoy a beautiful view, then a place where there is a beautiful view is probably the WORST place to write, because you'd be constantly distracted. Maybe for some people the right setting could help put you in the mood. I'm sure that wouldn't work for me. I recall when I was in college a teacher once gave the advice to always study in the same place, ...



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