I am dealing with one of those situational time management issues, this one relating to that thin and wobbly boundary between personal and professional time. We have a major family wedding coming up in less than two weeks, which means extra events, prep, and visitors. I have to make some decisions about how I'm going to use my professional hours during this extended unit of time.
To make a long story short and more time efficient, I'm not going to be doing very sophisticated blogging these next two weeks. Maybe I'll post links and other quick things that intrigue me. I'll probably be blogging less. Instead, I want to focus what little writing time I have on my main work-in-progress. I'm also going to be doing some research on Tweetdeck, which I learned about on the 4th of July, thinking it could have an impact on managing time. I need some moments to do something calming, too.
Recognizing that you can't do it all makes it possible for you to work more intently on what you can do. That's my story, and I'm sticking to it.