My daily writing time tends to be fragmented. Really, really fragmented. I homeschool my two oldest kids and have a toddler running around and creating mayhem, too. It’s no harder or more hectic I’m sure than trying to write and hold down a day job, but I do sometimes struggle with snapping myself from parenting/teaching mode into writing/creative mode and back again on a dime– or rather during the 10-20 minute windows I usually get to do some work. Enter (cue dramatic music) Brain FM. Have you heard of Brain FM? I hadn’t, until my husband happened to see it advertised, decided to give it a try, and then recommended it to me.
Now, to be clear, I have no affiliation or contact whatsoever to brain FM, beyond my husband having paid for a subscription, so no one is paying me to write this post or anything. I just tried it, thought it was pretty cool, and thought fellow WU-ers might like to give it a try.
But what exactly IS Brain FM you ask? It’s an audio brainwave training program designed to help you focus, relax, or sleep, depending on what you’re trying to accomplish. You can learn more about it here: