How long is your commute? Everyone is back outside, so that means traffic, long car rides, Ubers and buses. So what does that mean to your writing journey? In this article, we will discuss writing on the go and how you can make the most of your commute by writing your next screenplay.
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MAKE THE MOST OF YOUR COMMUTE
Think about creative and productive ways you can use your time during your commute. If your commute is 30 minutes or longer, you can definitely be using that time to work on your screenplay. Many screenwriting softwares have a mobile app where you can write your screenplay right on your phone. If you are driving, you can record voice notes to break story. If you are on the bus or in an Uber, you can revise pages. It’s all about the want and desire to make time for what is important to you. If you’re looking for an affordable way to write on the go, then check out ArcStudio. They have both a desktop and mobile version and pricing tiers based on your writing needs. Sign up using our link here and receive $30 off your subscription!
LET’S GET PRODUCTIVE
No matter the mode of transportation, you can always do something to make the best use of your time and work on your screenplay. See a quick list below of writing activities you can do on the go:
Written by TPP Story Expert Khadija Roane