Six hours and who knows how many fractured brain cells later, I put away another 50 pages of line edits yesterday. I’ve got 106 pages to go, so if I can maintain the same pace, I’ll be done with the edits by tomorrow. I do have some crucial additions to make in today’s chapters, so we’ll have to see how it goes.
My office and file drawers are in desperate need of some clean up work. It’s 2005. Time to move the 2004 file folders into the archives and get ready for the new year. Time for me to print W-2’s for my business and mail them. Time to get my personal financial papers in order too, because tax time is rolling toward me faster than I like to think about. I need to be two people, I think, in order to keep up with the writing on one side and all the writing-related business stuff on the other.
But no point worrying about it. (I know what Jesus had to say about worry!) I will do what I can do. Somehow the important things get done. I’m getting better at ignoring dust bunnies. I would like to put into practice some of the tips I’ve read on Fly Lady. We’ll see. Line edits first. De-clutter later.