OK, so, I sat down to write a book review and it quickly devolved into me whining about how I get a lot of headaches because I spend too much time in front of the computer because I have no discipline. This has resulted in increasingly longer periods of absence from the blogosphere, and it makes me feel like a bad blogger. As nerdy as it sounds, I came to the conclusion that I need to draw up an actual schedule for myself and stick to it because otherwise I am too dumb to not keep giving myself headaches.
Here's where I could use your help though, fellow bloggers. Does anybody else out there do this? How do you break up your time? Do you break up your on-line activities by day--writing blog posts on Monday, reading/commenting on blogs on Tuesday, running errands on Wednesday, catching up on current events/news on Thursday, etc.--or do you do all of these in a day and just allow, say a certain amount of time for each? Any other hints, tips, or tricks?
As a good-faith gesture (Ha! I almost typed "good-faith jester), I am going to hit "Publish" and then I am going to walk away from the computer for the night instead of starting in on the book review that I didn't get done earlier. Even though I really just want to get the review done now that I've finally decided to buckle down and do it. 'Cause, you know, there's no telling when I'll get back to it now...see, this is how I get myself into trouble.
OK, I'm going.