I just wanted to share some thoughts from another source. Sometimes a five minute speaker can you new ideas. I recently watched an episode do TedTalks and they had guest speaker, Matt Cutter on the show. In about five minutes he shared his experiences that changed his life. He decided to try something new for 30 days at a time. In one of those 30 day trials he wrote a book. Of course, he said it still needed work but the point was that he actually achieved something he never thought he would do. Try explaining the 30 day book to someone whose been working on their novel for a few years. Is there something holding us back or are we really that busy? Think about it. Test out his 30 day experiment with your writing. Perhaps you could try writing in a new genre or style for 30 days to break your daily grind. For writers, I would also recommend another 30 days of editing. The point is to make the changes you need and 30 days might form a useful habit for your writing. Let me know if you decide to try the 30 day experiment. My first children’s book was finished using this same principle. It took 30 days of writing and illustrating, and another 30 for editing. The final process of publishing and reviewing the copy probably took close to another month but it was finally finished. I know changing something in your life for 30 days works. Hope you give it a try.