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Procrastination to Planning

Procrastination to Planning

If the lack of enough hours in the day accounted for my lack of time management skills, I would have a valid excuse. However, my time management issues, or lack thereof, stems from a much simpler, more cunning demon…procrastination. We, creative types are often plagued with bouts of procrastination from time to time, especially so if we are experiencing a hefty dose of self-doubt. However, when it comes to the point where procrastinating takes up more of your day than actually writing that manuscript, or updating that website you’ve been putting off for weeks or just the mundane of household […]

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Third Quarter Goals. July – Sept.

Third Quarter Goals. July - Sept.

If you have read my previous blog post you know, that last quarter’s goals were somewhat of a fail. I have my reasons (excuses) for not completing as many of them as I would have liked. Firstly, the entire downstairs of my house is currently being re-decorated. (Which I’m doing myself.) I am also clearing out the sheer amount of stuff that has accumulated in my house over the last decade, that itself has been a task. Additionally on Wednesday/Thursday my new kitchen in being fitted. Despite the upheaval, I am very much looking forward to the end results. So […]

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Second Quarter Goals – Results.

Second Quarter Goals - Results.

It’s already the beginning of July, and it is back to setting goals again and declaring to the world how I did last time around. So what goals did I complete in the last quarter? 1. Write 20,000 words, minimum. – DONE..almost. Went from approx. 18,000 words to 35,860. Not quite 20,000, but near enough.  2. Finish manuscript timeline and world history. – DONE. The world history is written, as are the timeline of events. 3. Complete character mapping for remaining characters. – DONE. For all the characters in the first book in the Evolved Series. However, I have been […]

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