The hardest part of writing what I am working on now is admitting to myself what I’m not working on. For that matter, the hardest part of adulthood is admitting that I can’t work on everything. Which means that one of the things I’m always working on is trying to figure out what I am actually working on productively versus the things I need to let go.
Other than that?
Being a loving and supportive wife and partner to my husband of 18-1/2 years.
Being an awesome mom to my amazing kids (currently almost-9 and 15).
Getting several series up for sale, in both e-book and print format (currently, Bodyguard of Lies series and the new urban fantasy series).
Trying to figure out which clients give me work that I like and that pays well, so I can do fewer gigs that I take on only to pay the bills.
Hobbies and crafts:
Reading whatever captures my attention.
Trying to clear out some of my backlog of projects that I’ve started and not finished yet.
Priming and painting the downstairs family room as part of a refresh, so it doesn’t look so 1970s.
Last updated: December 2016
Inspiration: I first learned about /now pages from Austin Kleon, who got the idea from Derek Sivers. If you want to see what hundreds of other people are focusing on in their lives right now, check out nownownow.com.