Busy, Busy, Busy

I’m writing this in advance. I’m actually writing several post to be published later. This past week I started a new job. I’ll be in training for two weeks. With school still new we are once again shuffling our schedules to include my new job, volleyball practice/games, and band.

A project I had hoped to ready at the end of July has been pushed back to First week in September. Hmmmm. I made the decision early on, that my family would come before writing. I think that’s a necessity. So I steal time away from other areas, like housework, to write and take care of things writer related. After I have settled into the new job, I should have more free time to write. So give me a few weeks to iron it all out.

What is my new job?

Are you ready?         Crossing Guard. Yes, that’s right. I will be working at a school helping the little ones across the road. No more will I be standing on my feet for 7 hours doing retail. I will have several hours everyday free without my kids or husband interfering with writing and I will have weekends off!

How does your next few weeks look?


2 thoughts on “Busy, Busy, Busy

  1. Like you, family comes first for me too. If it wasn’t, summer would have been more productive. But, we don’t have forever to be a family and writing is a pursuit that can keep going. I think there was an senior citizen romance author who dictated to her daughter or something in the news way a few years back? Writing definitely has lots of time.

    Congrats on the new job! It sounds like you found something that will give home and writing a better balance. I hope you enjoy it.

    When you go to release, let me know if there’s anything I can do!


    • Juggling both is hard, but I think the future rewards (family and writing both) will be worth it. The kids will only need/want me for so long before they invade the rest of the world. Someone has to teach them how to me a mastermind! I’m writing a post now on the release. Thanks.

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