Tuesday, April 12, 2011

J is for Juggling

Confession: I'm totally recycling this post from March 14. I've updated it a bit, but still. Don't judge.


I can't actually juggle. I've always envied people who could have three balls in the air at the same time. I'm not even all that good juggling on Wii Fit.

But juggling projects? I'm not half-bad.

I'm juggling two non-fiction projects. Really cool topic. The deadlines for both second drafts are on the horizon. I'm also working on agent-revisions for my novel. Juggling fiction and non-fiction isn't as hard as it sounds (or so I keep telling myself.)

The fiction deadline is getting more immediate even thought I have control over it--I want to get the revisions finished so Vickie can start sending Kate and Scott out into the world. And there's always the daily juggle of life.

How do you juggle everything without looking like an uncoordinated clown?


Michelle Teacress said...

I don't know how to juggle either, but I do okay at juggling family responsibilities sometimes. Just sometimes. :)

The Golden Eagle said...

I can't juggle, either. When it comes to projects, I prefer focusing on just one at a time--although doing several is often necessary.

Thanks for coming by my blog!

MG Higgins said...

I would so like to know how to juggle! Juggling in real life means making priorities and sticking to them. I always like to get the hardest thing done first. I'm a masochist that way, but it keeps me from stressing.