It's been a hell of a frantic few weeks. I've been busy with family commitments, study and assignments, editing a manuscript for a competition (should be near its destination as we speak), and having a cold. Everything has fallen behind on other things, such as blogging. I've also put conference planning to the side to achieve what I needed to.
I'm almost on holidays. I have one assignment to hand in on Tuesday and then I have two weeks off. I will have assignments to do during that time but I don't have to travel 45 minutes to campus.
And so from next week, I begin the tackling of things that have been put on the back-burner. Though, I started the catch up of sleep this afternoon. *grin*
In regards to writing, I want to achieve the following in April:
- Enter two competitions
- Get my ITIN (always gets shuffled to the bottom of the list)
- Work on a short story for an anthology submission
I think that's an achieveable list.
The one thing that has suffered the most from my schedule the last few weeks has been reading. No sooner than I open a page, then my eyes close - I am that tired. So other than research, I've done little reading for me.
Research I've done has been on the typeface Broadway (just love this font), and artist/writer Shaun Tan.
My exercise routine has been shattered this past month, so I'm aiming April to be the month of setting this up again.
Wish me luck!