In my last time management post, I talked about how, as writers, we have to make the best of what we have. For this post, I have a list of practical, easy-to-follow time management steps that anyone can make use of.
I’ve seen this tweet popping up everywhere, probably because it is a universal truth. Our daily tasks aren’t hard individually, but managing them within a strict time frame is!
If you’re reading this, you are most likely bad at managing your time. Don’t worry. I’m bad at it, too. In fact, part of my inspiration for writing this particular post stems from my own time management struggles.
Just the other day, a friend asked me what my weekly schedule is like. It was then that I realized that I have – literally – no spare time! How can I be so busy?
That’s what sparked the idea for this post. I know I’m probably not the only bad time manager, so I decided to share how I’ve been better managing it lately. Continue reading Time Management Part 1
I started the 90 Day Novel Challenge a few months ago, and I paired it with Camp NaNo.
I wanted to review each step and finish it up with some great results. I wanted to say, “I have a novel, now. Huzzah!”
But, as my mother tells me, we don’t always get what we want. And I didn’t get what I was looking for out of this, but I did learn about my writing process.