Rosanne Dingli

Rosanne Dingli

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Keeping Track of What I Do !!

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Each new day is a haze of words: blogging, commenting, and reading the works of other fascinating writers. The pile of books in my room is growing, and my 'to read later' bookmarks increase. They seem to multiply on their own.

It cannot be too different for those of you who have a finger in a number of Web pies. One day is not enough to read all you want, visit all the sites you follow, and put in a decent wordcount of original writing as well.

But we have many aids to help us keep track of who to follow, what not to miss, what to keep an eye on, and hopefully, where to take up on our current work-in-progress. That's the hardest one, I think. The distractions available to take an author away from writing are so numerous and so fascinating, it's hard to pull yourself back into the discipline you swore you would observe.

It's not hard for YOU to keep track of ME. Simply click on follow, over here to your right... yes, right there! And you can find my new posts by going to your Blogger Dashboard. Remember to keep your dashboard up, so you can check on all the changes taking place on the blogs you follow. It's simple really.

All you have to do now is find the time to read everything. Easier said than done.

Wish me luck - I'm doing exactly the same thing.
I'll keep track of what I do... or what I need to do. Accompanied by bill-paying, repair-making, family guiding and housekeeping, it becomes a daily juggle that requires energy and staying-power. 
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  1. Rosanne I love how you write..keeping track and scheduling I am getting much better at it..however like you said it takes time.

  2. Yes - and we all wish we had about 4 hours to each day more than everyone else!!