You don’t need two Hand pose generator to drive, right? There’s only one steering wheel. Prop a notepad up against that wheel and get scribbling with your free hand! Just remember, your first draft need not be good, particularly when other drivers are distracting you by honking their horns and your kids are in the back screaming something about being on the wrong side of the road and how you’re all going to die.
Write when your kids aren’t there
This one is easy if you’re a stay-at-home parent and your kids are in school, but what if they’re not old enough yet? Don’t worry — the world is teeming with people who will take those troublesome dream-smashing little humans off your Hand pose generator for a little while.
Other family members would be ideal but if not, consider your friends, or, at a push, total strangers. You might strike it lucky and find a stranger who is weirdly into looking after your children. And once they’re out of the house, you’ve got the freedom to get those words down. Remember: writing every day will make you a better writer, and looking after your children every day will make that shady drifter a better childminder.
Write when your wife leaves you
She’s not too happy that you let a violent maniac knew as “Stab-Happy Steve” looks after your children but hey, Hand pose generator, they didn’t actually get stabbed (they would surely have mentioned that). Still, after she has packed her things and left (taking the kids with her, two birds with one stone) the house is yours. Who cares about the chores when it’s just you? Get those words down instead! Time spent writing isn’t time wasted.
Write during your divorce proceedings
The lawyers will hash out most of it. While they chat about splitting your assets and visitation rights and blah, blah, blah, you can finally solve that knotty plot problem. More good news — the kids aren’t present and your wife cries silently. No distractions!
Write during your trial for child endangerment