Check out this hilarious post from Christine Kane. I am an obsessive list maker, I’ve learned to keep weekly, not daily lists though. Floating a list item to another day just feels so darned naughty. I don’t color code anymore, but I do use a graphic organizing system. On a standard sheet of paper, I use each corner for a separate list. One corner might be the grocery list, another might be “stops i have to make while running around town” another corner might be “things to do while kids are occupied & don’t need me” and another might be “people i need to contact” the center is usually reserved for housework, and that gets delegated to the kids anyways. I can’t wait to read the rest- I do think my list might be on steroids. You don’t even want to know what’s on the back. Yeah- it’s another list.
I just read- once again, a post from another freelancer asking other writers how they balance their time online. It’s too easy, without a plan, to get distracted into twitter or FaceBook, and discover at the end of the day that you haven’t really made any money. Here are a few things I’ve done to […]
by Barbara Cedillo Alvarez (with permission) Several writers, veteran and new, have posted questions about how to make DS and freelancing for other clients a viable, profitable WAH (work at home) career. I’ve been thinking about different ideas and strategies while I was driving around Las Cruces taking photos for my Quick Guides today. 1- […]
A lot of work-at-home gurus pitch an organized lifestyle that’s probably really comforting to women who have migrated from a traditional employment background. I’m just going to ruin that for you a little bit. Nothing personal, I just want to share how it works in my house. We’re organized in a way that’s a little […]