I’ve entered a world I know nothing about. It completely brings to life what I learned in yoga teacher training not too long ago.
There is so much I don’t know. And, although on some days that makes me want to throw my hands up and give up. On most days, I remember that I am a work in progress and the work is learning. Constant learning.
I’ve come so far, I can’t possibly give up now.
I feel overwhelmed about where to put my focus with the precious morning hour or so that I give myself to work because the rest of the day is taken up by summer time activities with the family.
Do I blog? Work on social media connections? Keep formatting my book on Vellum? Keep writing book #2?
It’s A LOT!
Then I remind myself how I have approached this entire enterprise from the beginning. It’s supposed to be fun. I actually have enjoyed all of it. From writing the first draft all the way to editing the shit out of it that it’s lightyears away from the original – except the core of the plot has retained it’s integrity. Smile.
So, right now my main focus is formatting and figuring out how I’m going to get a professional looking cover.
Everything else comes after. Whenever I can squeeze it in.
How do you prioritize all the things with work? How do you decide what comes first and what can be squeezed in?
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