Twenty-fours hours in a day and seven days in a week, but how many cups of coffee? There hardly ever seems to be enough time to get it all done.
I had more time while in school. Of course, I also was not a full-time intern.
It was great to just go to class a couple of days a week and spend the rest of my days writing. I also could go to the movies more often, read more books, and could generally find time for most anything.
If there’s one thing I miss most about school, it’s having that free time.
I have so little time right now, basically working and trying to write.
It’s hard to find a way to make it all work. Keeping a balanced schedule is just one of those things that remains a constant challenge.
Finding time to write means forcing it into the schedule. It has to fit in somewhere, and this occasionally means other things have to go. Things like sleep. And when sleep disappears, a whole new issue pops up…
Coffee saves us all.
Why is it that time management and caffeine management go hand-in-hand? They seem to have an inverse relationship. The less time, the more caffeine.
It’s all due to a lack of sleep. I tend to get up earlier to fit writing time into my schedule. This means coffee in the morning and more coffee to keep me awake in the afternoon when the sleep deficit hits.
I do love coffee, but it does occasionally have its draw backs.
Sorry, the caffeine must have just hit. I better go make use of it.