As I said in my post 2020 Masterlist (Life Plans, New Year’s Resolutions, Advice, Top 2 Goals, etc.), I realized that my writing life is not organized. I have stuff on my blog, notebooks, a note in my phone, my laptops, in Evernote, and in Gdocs. One of the things that I said I wanted to do is to research on this. So I did and I found these tips. I’ll try them out and update you about my progress.
Organizing Your Writing Life by Collin Kelley
- “spreadsheet that holds nearly 20 years of acceptances, rejections and withdrawals from various journals, contests, anthologies, etc. There’s also a separate part of the document where I keep a running list of open submissions”
- “Every few months, I go through the various folders that live on my desktop and consolidate documents and drafts”
10 Ridiculously Simple Steps for Writing a Book by Jeff Goins
- Have a daily word count goal
- Have weekly deadlines
- Celebrate your progress
- Book Reading Technique for Book Sluts
- Facebook and YouTube Detox Week (Nov 2017)
- Trying to Kick two Bad Habits
- Speed Up Your Scheduling Routine: Weekly Schedule With One-Letter Codes
- No Screens After 8PM
- Click here for more Habits
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