At some point in any creative’s life, they realize they can’t keep track of it all in their head.
For me? The solution was Trello. To do boards, very visual, online. It checked all my boxes.
Read on to see how.
(Note: this post is not sponsored. However, if Trello sees this and wants to sponsor me, I’m not saying no 😉 )
All too often, we give away our writing time, without a government mandated clock adjustment.
When it comes down to it, all writers can categorize their time spent not writing into two types:
For those of you in America or from America, I’d like to wish you a very merry Thanksgiving. For the rest of you, I hope you have a great day.
I knew, going into November, that NaNoWriMo might not happen. The first couple days I was going to be a writing convention, I have a massive work deadline coming up in early December, plus, there’s that whole family and holiday thing you might have noticed is happening. But still, I had hope and plans.
However, I’ve had to take a step back and reassess. Here are my:
5 Steps For Avoiding Burn Out
During this season of sacrifice, think about what you give up most for your writing: time.
When you’re a writer who’s addicted to the Hamilton soundtrack, you start thinking that some of those lyrics are aimed right at you!
Here are all the lyrics from Act 1 that make me think about my writing.
I may be obsessed.