Gary Ewer writes on his blog about a solution for those lacking inspiration when trying to write music. Paying attention to something else for a time can be the best way to retain those ideas that get you going. This is especially valuable if you have a deadline for yourself. Knowing when something needs to be finished makes it easier to schedule time wisely until then, and to know when and how long to take breaks.
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5 Ways Songwriters Can Beat “Parkinson’s Law”