For my husband and me, Sundays are days of leisure mixed with a little bit of housekeeping. It’s laundry day, a day for vacuuming and dusting, but it’s also a day for long walks and scenic drives, for baking a batch of chocolate chip cookies, or for lazy afternoons curled up with a cup of tea and a good book. Today was a perfect example. We watched “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, part one” this morning and went for a drive to take in the autumn leaves, which are falling quickly. But there are still chores to be done and blog posts to write. I like the balance we’ve struck on Sundays, between work and play.
What about you? How are your Sundays spent?
1.) Work on a first draft of my YA steampunk novel “The Clockwork in the Stars.” Wrote 3,532 words on this project and on a novella, “Haunted Kisses.”
2.) Read three books on the craft/business of writing. One of three books read. Finished reading “Writing the Breakout Novel” by Donald Maass.
Social media goals:
1.) Check in on Twitter or Facebook daily. Target met.
2.) Blog twice a week. Target met.
3.) Comment on three to five blogs per day, Monday-Thursday. Target met.
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