Thursday, June 13, 2013
Writerly Things ~ Time Management
For maybe a year, I've been optimistically saying that I'd figure out a system by which I could work full time, regularly read all my fave blogs (of which there are really a LOT), compose two blogs a week, keep up with Facebook and Twitter, and also write.
Well, I haven't. So, rather than flagellate myself for what I can't do, I'm scaling back on my blogging: after this week, I'm moving to a one-blog-a-week posting schedule. I have to focus on my publishing goals and cutting back on blogging is the only way I can see that happening. Mind you, I may periodically post more than once a week, should something tickle my fancy (or someone tickle my libido—y'all know what a shameless hussy I am).
I admire those of you who can juggle all of the above and more. Kudos, peeps. I can't swing it, not at this point in my life. Maybe in future I'll have more head space/energy to tackle more frequent blogging and whatnot (though I have to admit, I'm so burnt out from A to Z that I've totally passed on a bunch of fun blog hops over the past month or so). But for now, I gots editing to do for a book I want to release this fall and a slew of WIPs that have been bitching for my attention for months. Months, people! And I must answer. For Destiny awaits, and I'm tired of awaiting it.
Have y'all scaled back on anything so you could better manage the achievement of your goals?