Time management is an obstacle many writers face as they create their work schedules on a daily, weekly, and monthly basis. It is important for freelance writers to develop these schedules based upon the deadlines imposed by their editors, as well as other work they may need to accomplish.





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Written by tiroberts
609 days ago

I admit, I'm a true procrastinator. I'm not a big social media fiend, so it's not social media that's my big distraction, it's consistently checking my email and getting wrapped up in reading other blogs for much longer than the time I allot myself.



Written by tiroberts
777 days ago

I admit, I'm a true procrastinator. I'm not a big social media fiend, so it's not social media that's my big distraction, it's consistently checking my email and getting wrapped up in reading other blogs for much longer than the time I allot myself.



Written by tiroberts
924 days ago

Very informative SEO article and innovative strategies. Thanks.



Written by tiroberts
1176 days ago

I admit, I'm a true procrastinator. I'm not a big social media fiend, so it's not social media that's my big distraction, it's consistently checking my email and getting wrapped up in reading other blogs for much longer than the time I allot myself.



Written by tiroberts
1404 days ago

Great piece, Nick. You can never have too many productivity tool/tips.

I admit, I'm a true procrastinator. I'm not a big social media fiend, so it's not social media that's my big distraction, it's consistently checking my email and getting wrapped up in reading other blogs for much longer than the time I allot myself.

I try to stay tied to a strict time schedule so that I'm able to fit in all of my mandatory work before I get lost in the "other stuff" but it can be challenging at times.

However, I've gotten much better. I've started to made detailed "action lists" my new word for "checklists". My action lists are extremely helpful for keeping me on track throughout my work day and I've found that I'm way more productive now.

This is my first time visiting your blog, Nick, and I'm loving what I've read and seen so far. I'll be sure to share this with my social circle. I'll also comment and share it with the BizSugar community.

Keep the great content coming and I look forward to connecting with you more soon.

Ti



Written by lyceum
1403 days ago

Ti: I can relate to your situation! Have you read David Allen's book, Getting Things Done?



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