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Crazy Productive

Published last year in The Daily Grind - 5 Comments

My enumerated list from yesterday:

  • Updated my main blog
  • Sent March offer to GML
  • Determined that Sparkol affiliate program is not available in the US
  • Updated my affiliate marketing link spreadsheet
  • Posted content to my training site
  • Responded to user requests on my training site
  • Changed the theme for A Blog is not a Business
  • Customized sidebar for A Blog is not a Business
  • Added plug-in to A Blog is not a Business
  • Added logo to A Blog is not a Business
  • Added site icon on A Blog is not a Business
  • Created Categories for A Blog is not a Business
  • Added Categories to the primary menu of A Blog is not a Business
  • Added Review List page to A Blog is not a Business
  • Added Review List page to the primary menu of A Blog is not a Business
  • Added Home page to the primary menu of A Blog is not a Business
  • Added Review Format article to A Blog is not a Business
  • Added SlideCarnival Product Review to A Blog is not a Business
  • Created Review Infographic Template
  • Added Review Infographic to SlideCarnival review
  • Watched CourseCraft Lesson 26
  • Worked on eCourse outline
  • Completed “bootstrap checklist”
  • Created next task list

Yesterday was super productive. Initially, I had some reservations about creating eCourses and whether or not I could be successful at it. However, the more I learn about the creation process, the more confident I have become. By Tuesday’s buddy call I will have created my course outline and “adventure map.” By next Saturday I will have created the first chapter (of 10).

My goal is to begin pre-release on March 15, dripping out one Chapter (2-5 lessons) approximately daily (5 per week), which will take two weeks to release the entire course, well ahead of the April 7 submission deadline. This allows me to have a little breathing room in the schedule in case unexpected issues arise.

I’m positively giddy about my progress. I’m also supposed to be “snowed in” today, so no Walmart for me. I’m so glad I’m a “survivalist” and have over 18 mos. worth of food on-hand. I don’t have to leave my house to eat. I do need to pick up some mini propane tanks in case of a power outage. I have the stovetop attachment for them but don’t have any of the actual fuel tanks.

I’m planning on just “chillin'” today. I’m going to tidy up around the house and binge-watch some of my favorite HGTV and Food Network shows on Hulu. Hope everything is going well in your neck of the woods.

May you love the life you create for yourself. Namaste & ciao for now.

 

  • petra says:

    pardon my ignorance but when you get snowed in where you are, how long can or does it last. What do you really mean by snowed in?

    • Mel says:

      It means that I don’t drive if there is snow or ice on the roadways. How long does it last? Anywhere from 1-3 days usually. There are very few snow plows around here, which is why I just wait for it to melt off.

      • petra says:

        So, if you had to work in an office rather than working from home, what do you do? What do people do when in this situation? Don’t go to work . . .

        • Mel says:

          What applies to me doesn’t apply to others. I’m retired, if I weren’t retired, I wouldn’t live in this area. I’m “snowed in” only because I don’t *want* to drive through it. I *could* drive through it, buy they also close schools around here for 1-2″ of snow, and yes, a lot of people just don’t go to work when it ices or snows because the roads are dangerous in these parts even when weather conditions are good.

          • petra says:

            OH OK. Something I didn’t know. Doesn’t happen around here and if so, its extremely rare but we still go to work

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