Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Time For Work

I've got about five more minutes on my blogging timer for this morning! I have been getting more INTENTIONAL with my writing and the way I use my time. Since I am out of work and we've had some pretty major family issues lately, I have fallen into the bad habit of staying up late, sleeping in and vegging out all day online without producing much of anything. Not good! (C'mon spell-check, "vegging" is a word now right?) 

So I have had to get tough with meself and set a timer for morning blogging, then exercise, then shower, then serious writing and market research. The serious writing may sometimes include blogging, but not every day.

I have kept that schedule for a whole 3 days counting today!! Ta-daa! Ha!

I miss you all and feel like I have been letting this blog slip into last place. I love this place a lot though. It is my no rules, say anything place that I still need very much! I want to thank you all for sticking with me through all of the death themed posts of recent weeks. I am sure there are more to come and I know you understand.

Thank you for all the kind and encouraging comments! 


  1. Take all the time you need! I'm kind of, well, I am vegging out watching the news and reading blogs. I guess I could clean the house, but I think I'll wait for the kids to get home from school to "manage" that task.

  2. You have to do what you have to do. I like the similarity to Lucy in the photos. Too funny. Will be here when you pop in. Hugs!

  3. Haha! I love how your kids are your little slaves! So much to learn from you Diva!

  4. We do understand. Life is always more important. We´ll be here for you!

  5. Yes your blog friends are here whenever you are :)

  6. I understand having to take the time and schedule in those things that must be piority in your life right now. I am still here!


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