I do not have an office at home where I can sit and work on my writing. I don’t even have a desk. I am either at the kitchen table or upstairs in what we call our “meditation” room where I use a less-than-ideal tv tray as a desk. (A lot of times, I am sitting at a table at Dunkin Donuts, but that’s mostly because I am addicted to their coffee.)
If I waited for the perfect situation, I would never write anything.
One person I follow shared how he uses YouTube to create scenes. So, that’s what I have started doing. Let me tell you, it was perfect during this ice storm we had.
E.B. White, the author of “Charlotte’s Web” said:
“A writer who waits for ideal conditions under which to work will die without putting a word on paper.”
Let this be an encouragement to you. Find a place to write, wherever it may be.