This month's co-hosts are Olga Godim, Chemist Ken, Jennifer Hawes, and Tamara Narayan!
Ever since I quit my job because of my back, I've been working hard at ways to fill that income gap. Hubby makes good money as a software developer, so my quitting hasn't hurt us, but I like being able to contribute to income. I've set up my Etsy shop to sell the things I make. (Shameless plug, I make bookmarks, and if you like to read, then you need bookmarks.) Then I started an Instagram account for it. And a Facebook page. Considering Twitter.
On top of all that, I decided to start a blog dealing with Interstitial Cystitis, chronic pain, and meal planning because when I looked into that there was nothing and that has a Facebook page. Then I got imposter syndrome really bad and some issues with the domain, so I took the blog down until I figured that out. (Which led to this site having domain issues. Apparently, after five some years of successfully pointing patricialynne.com to this site, Site 5 is suddenly incapable of doing it. I'm waiting for it to transfer to Weebly so I can get it back up and running.)
On top of all of that is writing and everything related to that. I've managed a little, but I've been finding myself staring at my to-do list and having no idea which one to work on. As I write this, I feel a panic attack building. I have no day job, but now I'm more busy than ever and how the heck am I going to fit this all in???????
I'm trying to be organized. That's why I've made daily to-do lists, but even then, they get big and overwhelming. I need some help. Anyone care to share some organize tips for juggling lots of projects at once?
PS: Michael is currently free and you should totes download it.
PPS: Sign ups for Trick-or-Treat Reads is now open.
PPPS: Mistakes of the Past is on track for being released this month. Can I steal your blog?