Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Not Short, Just Otherwise Engaged

From "Christian's Bangin' Blog"
      This week's entry is going to be fairly concise as I will be focusing on other projects and commenting on other blogs (...maybe even promoting the "p1c3" idea!)  I STILL need to complete the next article for Doin' Sh*t With Pat and write the inaugural entry for the writing prompt at Monthly Writing Prompt.  I also have a half written companion for a movie review of "Midnight in Paris".

     Also... I went to a rock show last week that brought back several fond memories of concerts, late night hangouts and record stores (ah... record stores).  It was the first time I had a chance to see "The Darkness" in Portland, and they did NOT disappoint! 

Check out their new single here: Nothing's Gonna Stop Us

Tuesday, February 21, 2012

Time Log Discussion

     I was sick this weekend so I didn't have much time to write.  I recorded my time log over the week and spent time reflective on where the time is spent (and recovering from this cold).  That does not mean this week's article is going to be light.  I've included the my time log and KD Benji's time log for comparison.  Take a look and see how the two compare.

From "Alexa Bourne"

Tuesday, February 14, 2012

Where is the Time Spent?

From "Spectrum Industries Furniture Blog"
     Lately I’ve been running behind on every project, book and family event. Rather than continue the process of completing Forcing The Issue’s posts at 1:00 A.M. Tuesday morning, I’ll be looking at where all my time is spent. I also encourage you to do the same. Keep a time log of your week; see how much time is spent on non-essential, yet relaxing and rewarding activities.

Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Battle: The Return of the Writer

From "Star Wars Aficionado Magazine"

     The final battle commences as the Writer faces off with the "wretched hive of scum and villainy"; Outlines and Free-Writing.  Who will emerge the victor?  Will the Writer follow through and restore balance to the universe?  Will there ever be an end to the constant nerdy Star Wars references?  After this post... yes!