Has anyone else noticed how much time I'm spending at Procrastinating Writers? What does it all mean?
I was there just now where I found this post on un-schedules. What I like about this is that it gives you an idea of where you have time. Or it lets you know that you actually do have time.
Then when you find the bits and pieces of time, you can try using the Write Everyday tool to do something with it.
Today for the first time since the middle of August I actually did have a couple of hours to myself. I spent part of that time eating a bowl of ice cream and reading In the Shadow of Gotham. Then I e-mailed an editor who is on vacation, checked to see when I sent out a couple of submissions, and...wait for it...wait for it...wrote a paragraph!
So, anyway, I expect to have some un-scheduled time tomorrow, so there's some hope of doing a little work then, too. Except, if I know I have un-scheduled time, isn't that almost like scheduling un-scheduled time?
Well, nonetheless, if I really want to get back to work, this un-scheduling thing might help.
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