Baby, Get Back!

  1. Hi Jen!
    Shutting down the Internet is a necessity for me. Otherwise I spend my days bopping on and off, and ten minute breaks turn into an hour long distractions! LOVE your new website BTW.

  2. Hi Wendy! Thanks for stopping by – and you are so right about the Internet – bad distraction!

  3. I’ve learned to do fly-bys with the internew. And don’t get do too much about posting other than my blog. Then I have a system. Blog post up. Let facebook and twitter know. Turn off internet. Next time I’m on read important emails. Get off. Back on and do a promo blitz on the digests and then if there’s time later in the day post something to twitter. For me the writing is the most important after family, that is but I’m fortunate there since they’re all grown up.

  4. tara says:

    I try to accomplish freelance work while raising my son and every single day it is a challenge. But as he gets older, I get a few extra minutes each day. I agree that more fulfilling work eventually gets accomplished when you give in and play for a while. It gives time to think and maybe even come up with an idea that would have been lost in the tasks of the day. Thanks for the post!! 🙂

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