Reading a biography of the Yeats sisters, who struggled on in a man’s world, a comment about Lolly Yeats caught my attention, serving as a reminder of something incredibly simple:
To her, writing did not require paraphernalia. She could do it anywhere, anytime. All she needed was a pen and paper.
Comparing it to most creative pursuits, writing is labour rather than materials intensive. Sometimes we forget this.
Writing. You can, and must, do it anywhere.
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