I talk a lot about making progress on your art in small chunks of time (got 20 minutes?). There's incremental progress possible in these moments. At 43 Folders, One Clear Line is part of a series on "making time to make." In the series, Merlin quotes author Neal Stephenson's Bad Correspondent. Stephenson describes the synergy of writing in large blocks of time rather than fragments.
What works for you? Small blocks or large blocks?
Find more in the step-by-step art journaling series.