Do you schedule it? Decide every month or week how many pieces of work you'll send out? How do you research where you'll send your writing? I know of some writers who only target magazines, or competitions that will bring value to their work. Others who will enter or submit anything anywhere, like letters to their local paper, or writing slogans, uncaring if they win a useless bit of gadgetry or a cash prize. Its about practising, and flexing their writing muscles. Or satisfying their egos. More the taking part than the winning.
In the past, I've entered local writing competitions, usually submitting poems or short stories, although I'm very fond of shorter flash fiction competitions these days. I've subbed the odd article, but really I've been very lazy. I should try harder, because its good practise, and disciplines you to write within strict guidelines.
How do you do it then? Or aren't you in it for the fame, and the glory? Or do you write purely for the pleasure?
While you're thinking about it, here's a feel good song for Saturday.
Have a great day! No A to Z challenge post tomorrow. We get Sundays off to rest and recover.