Yay, Laura! I’m happy to help if I can!
My best piece of advice is to break everything down into tasks you can complete in under a day. This was something I learned the hard way. So, before, I might have “Finish 1st draft UFR book” on one sticky where now I have “UFR:Write 2K” on 30 stickies. (small ones). That way I get to move things down more often. I’m such a gold star nerd. 😉
Never have I ever been so grateful that I’m using a Kanban board to track my tasks, because if I hadn’t, I would have wondered what the heck I did last week.
I would have said I edited and kept my chain, but I wouldn’t have realized that I edited over 200 pages, put together a submission package and submitted, worked through 8 modules on a self-publishing course, did 3 weightlifting workouts, spent hours working on FTH admin, worked on family finances and taxes, and babysat my granddog for four days.
I’m proud of my hard work, but the reason I brought this up was to let you know that when you feel like you aren’t accomplishing much, that might not be true.
Cheryl, what a week!
This is an excellent commercial for a kanban board. I am going to get mine going immediately!
Color me impressed!!!!