Yesterday, I spent the bulk of the day working. From scheduling posts in my Facebook group to watching videos in my blogger courses to drafting new content. That hasn’t been the norm of the trip, but I had a lot of content to create and had to get it done.
I do wish that I had prepped more content, but I have to say that NOT having certain things done has caused me to grow in ways I never would have if everything was done before I left. Yesterday was a great day of content creation as well as learning.
Some folks might read this and think, what is she doing working on vacation? But here’s the thing, the lifestyle I’m creating for myself involves working on things at specific times. I’m totally ok with staying in my room all day if it means that I can do certain things more often down the road. The whole “laptop lifestyle” they talk about sounds great in theory, but in practice, it takes some sacrifices.
One thing that helped keep me on track was writing out my to-do lists for the whole time we are here. I can easily look and know if I’m on track or if I have to lock myself away.
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