Starting in the middle

When writing, finishing a sentence is easier than starting one.

A new sentence is a mini-blank page: A mini hill to climb up. Logically then, a way to start with momentum is to start mid-sentence.

Then you can finish that thought and have somewhere to go for the next one.

This was apparently Hemingway's way: He would end every session of writing mid-sentence so that every start was an easy downhill effort.