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It's hard to develop a schedule! I live with my boyfriend, and when we were both working, he wanted the time when we came home from work to be just our time, not quite understanding that when I have to write, I HAVE TO WRITE! Good luck on scheduling!
The Examiner-1 says
That's basically the way I am - with the exception of a couple concerts here and there, but then I usually write about them. ha ha! I'm finding it very hard to separate from writing, and be a part of the world. There's pros and cons to it
I noticed that on Mondays that my traffic will double, then slows to an absolute crawl on the weekends. I'm torn between keeping up presence during the weekends or just giving myself some time off :)
M. T. Dremer says
That's about how I feel, more just keeping a presence during the weekends but perhaps not the same dedication as the week days
Bubblegum Jones says
what inspires you to take either course of action?
Rebecca Mikulin says
Lucky you! One day writing will be my real job :) I've been listening to a lot of podcasts about developing your own schedule, and enforcing it. It's very difficult!
I've been recently jobless, and so I'm writing every day, at least online. I found that my views go down on the weekend. I assume its because weekends are just that. I used to be restricted to my "weekends", time off. It's hard to define when I shoul