Round-up & to-do list

I had quite a hefty to-do list last week, one that even made me gulp, and only 4½ days in which to do everything. However, I got through pretty much most of it in the end. In fact, I had quite a good week. Here's how I did: choose illustrations for history book write captions … Continue reading Round-up & to-do list

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A time-management experiment

On Sunday I pre-scheduled Monday's blog post (round-up) and I worked on my diary for the coming week. I stuck to my original plan of having an hour for morning chores, an admin hour, three hours of writing, three hours of client work and an hour for dinner (lunch). On Tuesday and Thursday of this … Continue reading A time-management experiment

Update

Once again I have been very busy and I've neglected both of my blogs. I'm waaaay behind on my 52 books in 52 weeks, but I *am* still reading them, I *am*still digesting them. And there's another finished one I'm about ready to review too. I'm trying to get a bit of cash in, though. … Continue reading Update

Update

March has been a bit busy ... apologies for going AWOL. Nothing has been wrong, all is well. I've just been really, really busy. The month began with the tail end of an editing job finally delivered on 7 March.  It was followed almost immediately with two new editing jobs from lovely-already-boss, and a proofreading … Continue reading Update

February round-up

January wasn't a great start, and that continued into February. This is mostly because much of the time was spent editing other people's work while the rest of the time was spent eating birthday cake. The month began with a contribution to a friend's article on writing plus the return of a lovely job to … Continue reading February round-up

January round-up

January has not been a great start to 2017 for me, work-wise. I've been lazy, unmotivated and easily distracted. I think the biggest problem was I didn't set myself a total word-count target for the month and, as a result, I've written hardly anything. I have had one book each in from two clients, one … Continue reading January round-up