I'm reading a biography of Lucy Maud Montgomery, creator of Anne of Green Gables and many other novels. It's a scholarly and interesting read, but I've been fascinated by how many plates she was spinning, all the while being prone to blue patches like my own.
Apparently, one of her secrets was that she 'only' wrote for two hours a day. Two hours doesn't sound a lot, does it? For a full-time writer. Who had to write everything without the benefit of computers. (Imagine how long correcting a draft would take). But it was enough for her. She was prolific. If you spend the minutes and hours, the days and months take care of themselves, I suppose.
Which all goes to show, cultivating a writing habit is definitely the way to go.
And on that note, back to the story-writing I go.