This isn’t about verbs or nouns or any of those other things that I don’t understand. It is practical advice about how to write when you constantly have the internet distracting you. Cory is focused on creating a page a day of his novel but it applies equally to anyone who wants to produce a blog post everyday or a GM who needs to churn out an adventure every week.
Don’t be ceremonious
Forget advice about finding the right atmosphere to coax your muse into the room. Forget candles, music, silence, a good chair, a cigarette, or putting the kids to sleep. It’s nice to have all your physical needs met before you write, but if you convince yourself that you can only write in a perfect world, you compound the problem of finding 20 free minutes with the problem of finding the right environment at the same time. When the time is available, just put fingers to keyboard and write. You can put up with noise/silence/kids/discomfort/hunger for 20 minutes.