Writing today is the start of writing every week, which is the start of writing every other day, which is the start of writing EVERY DAY.
In the last two weeks, I have not written a single word, despite my original goal of reaching 180-300 hours of writing this summer. Why? A Downward Spiral of Inactivity My relationship with time management is a funny one. For weeks at a time, I feel like the most productive person ever, and then, for … Continue reading What just happened? Why I had to temporarily stop writing and re-asses how I create . . .
This is one of a series of posts for my writing challenge, Minutes to a Better Book. You can read more about the challenge, and see all related posts here. I Wrote an average of 2.5-3 hours a day, for ten days... I've reached the 30-hour milestone for writing my books. I'm happy with the … Continue reading “Just writing” – How a summer of writing is teaching me to do life better
I write books as a hobby, and last month I had to push that hobby to the side. The school year was ending, and I spent the first two weeks of June wrapping up loose ends and taking trainings. I was busy, to say the least. The three days that followed were fraught with mental … Continue reading A Summer of Writing: Minutes to A Better Book
Happy Sunday, everyone! I just wanted to get some feedback from you this week. I'm trying to make an effective posting schedule without bogging you down with too many posts. Let me know! -Curtis If you're new, you can start here.
We all know what it is like to be overwhelmed. Our parents, siblings, or friends may have events for us to attend. Our bosses, colleagues, customers, or clients demand a certain level of performance. At work, home, and in our relationships, we commit ourselves to activities and tasks that seem important. Sometimes, significant people in … Continue reading How to manage your time when everything seems important…
For the last two weeks, I worked on promoting and participating in a 7-Day Reading Challenge. This summer, I plan on challenging myself with an experiment that I call Minutes to a Better Book. This long-term experiment involves dedicating 300 hours towards writing my books. Here’s why I'm doing it: Why am I choosing … Continue reading Why 300 hours of writing seems like a good idea . . .
Today marks the end of the 7-Day Reading Challenge.
At least, it marked an end to the official days. . . Here's what I learned from hosting a 7-Day Challenge over Twitter, Instagram, and WordPress, and what I plan on doing next.
Today's post is for the Day Six of the #ReadWithCurtis 7-Day Challenge. Today's bonus task is to binge read or sample new books.
Read all of my 7-Day Challenge Articles here.
Today's post is for the Day Five of the #ReadWithCurtis 7-Day Challenge. Today's bonus task is to connect with another reader . . .