Why it's important to write every day.
I'm not a plotter, and every evening before I go to bed I panic. "OMG, what will I write tomorrow? What if I won't know what to write? The world will explode and I will be a writer no more!"
Then in the morning I wake up, stare out the window for a couple minutes and suddenly, bam! it comes to me. I know exactly what happens and wonder why the hell I was freaking out the night before.
This has happened enough times by now for me to know that I'll figure it out, and I have gradually started panicking less. When I used to take breaks for weekends, I'd invent reasons for this, like, I'M A BAD WRITER AND I SUCK. Well, not true. Because I write every day, I came to recognize this as a pattern. Hence: happier writer.
This is is the view from my window this morning, by the way. Foggy wonderland, perfect for writing. Or murdering. Or writing about murdering.