This is a paradox to me: many of us start off worrying that we will "lack the discipline" to do morning writing. When we are willing to try writing anyway, we find soon enough that morning writing does not take discipline-- but it does make discipline.
What is it about stumbling blindly to the page, not knowing what we think or feel, that does tell us, later in the day, just what it is we must do to feel better?
As I recall, my writing this morning was about my lack of sleep and general lethargy. Lo and behold, I worked two separate sessions on two separate projects today. It just "occurred" to me that it would feel good to work-- which it did.
Without my morning writing, I doubt I would have heard my "cues."