- Goodye #ROW80
- Coming in for my crash landing!
- Slow and steady. Kind of. Okay, not this week!
- Still going strong!
- Making a commitment.
- Hot potato! Hot potato!
- A health check up.
- Jumping tracks.
- A week of editing.
- Checking in for me
- The first check mark
- Talking about weight loss.
- Kicking off A Round of Words
- Going Back to A Round of Words
I’m doing a quick ROW80 check in today, simply because it’s pretty much lunch, I’m a little brain dead and I feel like doing something to get the gears running.
Since my last check in I’ve attended a convention. Romanticon up in Ohio, hosted by Ellora’s Cave. It was amazing and I’m still getting caught up. I need to do a recap sometime this weekend.
As far as ROW80 stuff I can talk about, I actually lost weight instead of gaining while I was away. This in part was helped along by finally having a diagnosis on Tuesday. I have a wonky gallbladder. My options are change my diet, or get sliced and diced. I’m opting for changing my diet, which meant a lot of going away from the conference hotel to eat and looking for grilled or baked items.
The short story I sent last week didn’t get to the editor, and I spent a few days fighting with the hotel internet to send the document again. It’s in her hands now and I’ll hear something in January.
Writing news, I received my line edits for A Kiss for a Cure. I also received the cover, which I showed off yesterday. The line edits are done differently than I’ve done them before, and there is a lot to work on so I’m a little nervous. This has a due date of the 20th, so that’s sitting on me, as well as the blogs and stuff I have to do for an upcoming blog tour.
Basically there’s so much to do, and not a whole lot of time to do it or recover from the conference, but that’s how the cards have fallen.
The way I help myself figure out what to work on is by using lists. I’ve also discovered a virtual sticky board made by LeanKit called KanBan which makes for a good visual work flow if necessary.
What about you? Do you have any organizational tricks or tips?