My mind has been on business this week so far. Today was the day that I wanted to launch my Etsy shop for my paintings and illustration stuff. If you are a member of my Patreon, I talked about why I didn’t do it in a podcast a couple weeks back, which kind of bled over into last week’s blog post about redoing my Five Year Plan.
Today, I’m looking at all the stuff I’ve given myself to do over the next few months. I need to finish the current chapter on the second Section Five episode, work on that proposal of the young adult idea I had to see if it’s viable, finish the Seekrit Projekt that I completely sidelined to finish Marked’s first episode the last few months, and update all my older ebooks with new links that aren’t broken from the Website Nuke of 2017.
It’s a lot, just listing it in a general way here. Because a lot of those tasks have sub-tasks. I think I need to go back to using ToDoist again. It worked amazingly to keep me on track back when I was using it regularly. And it was the perfect supplement to my bullet journal. When I took the writing hiatus, I kind of stopped using it entirely.
Between my bullet journal and ToDoist, I should be pretty well covered. Provided I actually use them. What do y’all use for keeping organized when you have a ton of stuff in the pipeline?
Okay. I have to get some sleep so I can get up in time for work tonight, but I still don’t have my words in for the day, so I gotta get to it. See you guys later!
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