Another day, another challenge. My plan for a rigid daily schedule has not been working out at all. In fact, I’m starting to believe it’s better to have a production plan that fits into any available space, so that a broken schedule doesn’t blow up the day. Still, I find the arguments that a rigid schedule is the best way to maximum productivity pretty compelling. However, it seems obvious that a plan that produces results regardless of schedule beats a plan that only produces results when the schedule goes right almost every day.
Despite the challenges, I did get some good writing in. I made decent progress on Spring Rains, and very good progress on two experimental projects that I can’t talk about yet. I wanted more, but I’ll take it.
- New fiction words: 1400
- New weblog words: 150