#NaBloPoMo: Finding the Time and Agenda Planning

What is the hardest part of a project: getting the energy to start on it, finding the time to work on it, or feeling down when it’s over?

NaBloPoMo November 2015 time
I can toss and turn all night if I have something that needs to be completed. I think the hardest part of a project for me is finding time to work on it. In the past couple of years I have been working on adjusting to being a new mom again after eleven years and it has been a lot more difficult than I thought it would be. My entire focus is on my son. I honestly want to spend every waking minute but the realty is that I have to work and I have personal projects I’m working on.

NaBloPoMo has me thinking about how I really need to get a blogging planner. I have been scheduling my blog post, but I want to write in a planner so I can see what I have on the agenda. I am thinking after the holiday a blogging commitment schedule will be a good idea as well.

The distractions of a bouncy one-year old and his cute chubby face are real. He is in constant need of my attention and I am all ready to give him my time. So yes, finding time to complete anything is the hardest part for me. He will only be this age for a little while and I am enjoying every moment. A great gift for myself would be to spend some time with my little guy at a coffee shop writing in my imaginary blogging planner. If anyone know of any great inexpensive blogging planners out there please let me know.  I know there are some I can print, but honestly I haven’t seen any that I adore.

Janelle Robinson is from Chicago a proud wife and mother of 2 (teen and preschooler). She is health educator and writer with a focus on providing families with resources and tips throughout all stages of parenthood.

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