What’s Your Holiday Writing Plan?

What’s Your Holiday Writing Plan? Ah, the holiday season. I have to admit, I absolutely love this time of year. I’m crazy about Christmas music, decorations, and Colorado sun shining on the snow. But the holiday season can lead to frustration when we’re trying to juggle work and family with the increased demands the holidays put on our time. The time available for writing dwindles and you start to feel behind and get stressed that you’re not meeting your goals or deadlines. So I propose that today, or this weekend, you take a few quiet moments to make yourself a Holiday Plan. Let’s face this time of year with a strategy that will take us through to January 2nd with the least amount of stress possible. How should you create your Holiday Plan? 1. Take a look at the next three weeks on the calendar...
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No Post Today – Happy 4th!

No Post Today – Happy 4th! Drat, I simply couldn’t come up with a post for today. But I have a cool fireworks picture right? And ten really good excuses reasons for no post. 10. Way too busy Twittering and Facebooking. 9. Negotiating deals for a few of my clients this week… it’s taxing, you know! 8. Sunshine beckons. Must. Get. Outside. 7. Expending superhuman effort to get my inbox under 200. 6. You can always count on Michael Hyatt to post to his blog, so I figure I can take a day off sometimes. 5. American Idol isn’t on right now so I didn’t have an easy go-to blog topic. 4. Kids have been running me ragged this weekend. Can you say t-i-r-e-d? 3. I live at 7,000 feet elevation – the air’s kinda thin up here. (I know, that doesn’t have anything to do with...
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