8 Ways to Prioritize Your Writing to help with my plan.
- I will still post on MWF, but will try and keep them short. And if I need to skip a day, I give myself permission to do that.
- Tuesday and Thursday will be my day to read and comment on other's blogs. (Oh, and I should tell you I spent the weekend going through my list of blogs that I follow. I cut down from 243 to 104. I felt horrible at first, but in the long run I know it's for the best. I opened each blog and followed the author on twitter if available before unfollowing. Here is the criteria I used: I unfollowed if 1. nothing had been posted for two months, 2. I had no idea who the person was, 3. I couldn't find out who they were from their blog, 3. I skimmed through and found I just didn't care (for whatever reason) 4. the blog couldn't be found. I also stopped following some individual bloggers who blogged regularly on a group blog. Those usually post the same thing on both anyway.)
- Blogging time is from 8:30-9:30am week days.
- 9:30-10:30am is exercise time.
- 10:30-12:30pm is all about the 4 year old. Whatever he wants to play, I'm there.
- After lunch is writing time. 1:00-2:30pm (No facebook during this time.)
- Then from 2:30-5:00pm it's get the kids, snack, homework and chores. I'll do my clean the house chores while they do theirs. This includes start dinner so we can eat at 5:30ish.
- 5:30--8:00pm Family time, drive kids wherever they need to be etc.
- 8:00-9:00pm is the bedtime battle.
- 9:00-10:00pm Hubby time, sorry that's all that's left. :)
- 10pm is bed time for me because I get up at 4:40am weekdays.
- Saturday and Sunday are Family days, but if there is down time I can sneak in some writing.
Ok, I don't talk a lot about my spiritual side, but I'm going to be a bit indulgent today and share some songs I've listened to at least 1000 times this past week. You know how I am with my music. Along with your support, they helped me pick myself back up.
This first one can be taken anyway you want. Whatever you believe in, live like you believe. You can even listen to it thinking "I will be published some day, so I'm going to live, work, and blog like I believe that."
Live Like You Believe--embedding disabled
"Hold on, to the yearning,
And wherever you are on your journey,
Live like you believe
Live like you know.
It's one sure way, your faith will grow.
Listen to your heart, search in your soul,
And you'll find the strength that you need."
And the theme in this song that kept sticking out was:
"I didn't come to Earth to compromise."
And because I have such respect for the youth of today and the challenges they face to live a moral life.
My profile is now up on Mormon.org. You can see it Here.