The good thing about having a real job is keeping busy and feeling like a professional, from constructive meetings to wall-banging over client idiocy. The bad thing is less time to invest in things like writing and blogging. I’ve known what I wanted to blog about but haven’t had the time during the day to get it written out. Perhaps I should start drafting posts the night before, if I want to keep my schedule?
Unfortunately pushed to next week are the following:
Monday: True Blood vs. Twilight
Tuesday: Over-Achievement (World of Warcraft post)
Wednesday: Iron Maiden & Guardians
Tonight I’ll draft a recap of my experiences thus far in attempting to get published, and Friday should see some new Jovian fiction.
Back to work. Barely a month in, and already I need to re-shuffle things like recording hours and prioritization. This really does feel like my first real job.
And did I mention Vera, my ’04 Honda Civic, needs work on her electricals?
June 24, 2009 at 9:45 am
I’m looking forward to Tru Blood vs Twilight. Though I can say 100% I prefer Tru Blood 🙂
I’m in much the same boat. Blogging has taken a backseat, given a limited number of hours in the day, werk consuming a lot of said hours, it’s about all I’ve been able to do just to make time to write after the kids have gone to bed.
writing up ahead of time and scheduling is definitely a great way to keep it on track though if you’re commited to keeping this going too.
Good luck man! Can’t wait to hear about your adventures in publishing too.