One Day (A Follow Up)

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Autumn arrived yesterday. Like seriously, British Autumn. Miserable rain the entire day. So I took the opportunity to see how much could be done in a day. There is some variation, day’s often don’t happen the way you want them, and sometimes you are on the ball with something so much, you should push a lil harder and strike while the irons hot.

My output from the 8 hour blogging day I had planned yesterday was :

1 Hour on blog posts – 6 Posts Written
1 Hours on Tales (video and written) – 11 Tales Written
1 Hour (+30 minutes) creating art images – 7 good Images (Scanning takes FOREVER!)

1 Hour putting salable images on S6/Threadless/Redbubble (1 hour fighting with S6, 1 product half uploaded. Sigh.)

1 Hour finding places to get published (Did not touch)

30 Minutes finding new clients (Found and mailed a few)
30 Minutes tidying / grammar checking blog (Did not touch)
30 Minutes of photography (15 Minutes at most)
30 Minutes (+30 Minutes) reading and commenting on others blog (Much typing!)

1 Hour on Social Media (The time trap!) (Did not touch)

Not a hard list to complete in an 8 hour day, however, the washing machine threw its water contents across the floor. An emergency repair later and the day was done.

 

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19 thoughts on “One Day (A Follow Up)

  1. Ainetheon Arts

    Oh I am not alone with the degrees of variation (and straying!) from the daily pre-planned tasks ….. I’d blame it all on the washing machine too 🙂

    Thanks for sharing your blog. A

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    1. sable Post author

      Part of it was me not figuring out the scanner. The washing machine is still broken! :-O

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  2. kokodynia

    Superb day!
    I had similar experience with my washing machine and spooky flood at my flat a several years ago. It had been done while I was blogging 🙂

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    1. sable Post author

      I am certain appliances wait until your up to something before they decide to break and flood our homes.

      *It’s not paranoia if they really are out to get you!*

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      1. kokodynia

        It looks like that, or, at least as far as I’m concerned, my cat is the suspect. He was in the habit of starring on working washing machine, so I guess he switched the outflow …

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  3. Phil Huston

    Good to bail on social media. ALWAYS check your grammar. I seen it two menny tyms sum guy rites something stoopid an uh wood alla ben butter ifn heed uh spel chekd.

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    1. sable Post author

      Oh lord that is me all the time Phil! I need to make sure I check before I make each post the frequency with which I make mistakes.

      Social Media can always wit for another day.

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    1. sable Post author

      Welcies, I do not feel theres any shortcuts when it comes to earning a living. Whatever path you choose, whatever your craft, a 40 hour week to put food on the table and pay the bills is almost always expected.

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    1. sable Post author

      I shall need to make room for customers, the One Day was more an experiment than an actual days work heh 🙂

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