And that was the case with this article. What did I find that was interesting, that I think writers can use?
"Thursday Debriefings: Use Thursday as your day to review your progress over the week and identify the projects you need to complete by the weekend."
Yes! I actually did this for quite a while a few years ago, in a What Did You Do This Week, Gail? feature here at the blog. Every Friday I would do a post on how I had used my time for that year's objectives. I would prepare it on Thursday nights, and if I found that I was behind on the social media related goals, I hustled to promote blog posts to Twitter, Facebook communities, Goodreads, and, at that time, Google+. Thursday night was a catch-up night.
What Can You Do With Thursdays?
- Use them regularly to check in to make sure you're spending your time on your work goals.
- Use them to catch up with small tasks.
- Use them to to decide what you haven't done this week that you really wanted to do, that being how you'll spend the rest of your work week.