Insecure Writer's Support Group: When Did June Happen?

Brought to us by Alex J. Cavanaugh,
sensei and founder of the Insecure Writer's Support Group.

So, June is here, and I haven't done much of what I said I would do when May popped up! How do full-timers get anything done? I don't even have children!

My luck with beta readers is about the same. Something always happens to them so I'm left waiting and trying to also be really patient. I'm half leaning towards "Maybe this just won't ever happen" and half towards "This is an obstacle you've just got to push through."

I forgot to save all of the A-to-Z Blogs I was trying to catch up on, so hopefully I can find them and get back to them. I hardly remember to post my own posts the night before now. Getting into a new routine is difficult. When I was little, I used to create a daily schedule for myself, so I don't know. Maybe that's a good idea to try again.

I'm just throwing my thoughts out there today, so I hope everyone else had a good May. See you soon!


Madeline Mora-Summonte said...

I find having a daily schedule helps. I don't always follow it, of course, but it still keeps me somewhat on track. :)

Alex J. Cavanaugh said...

I don't know how people with kids do it either.
Maybe shaking up June with a schedule would do the trick.
Hope you hear back from your beta readers soon.

Sheena-kay Graham said...

I am always tripping over schedules. Something always pops up to mess it up. Do what will help you and I also had some May goals fall to the wayside. As long as you acknowledge it and try to do better you are on the right path. I don't have kids either and I still feel overwhelmed.

Loni Townsend said...

I do have kids, and a full time job, so my production is squat. But I guess the best thing you can do is give it your best shot! A little bit is better than nothing, right?