In uncertain times, especially when our normal routines have been thrown into chaos, it’s important to find a new routine for your daily life. For most people, writers included, your routine probably involved getting up in the morning, drinking copious amounts of coffee, going to work or school, getting lunch out, working the rest of the day, going home, taking a shower, making dinner and enjoying a few hours of freetime before bed. If you can’t go out and all of your family members are at home 24 hours a day, you probably feel out of sorts and out of control of your life. Finding a new routine can help you.

 

1. Morning

It’s still important to maintain a morning routine in order to get your day started and on the right path, especially if you suddenly find yourself at home all day. Get up at a reasonable hour. Drink your coffee. Make a home cooked breakfast. If you are now homeschooling your children, get your children started on their day. Next, figure out your business. If you are now working from home, go ahead and login and get your morning work done. If you have nothing to do, it’s time to figure out your business. If you’re an author, your business is writing your next book. While in self-isolation or quarantine, get your book done. If you have a website, make your website your business. Update your blog, rewrite your service pages

 (Sponsored by Amazon)

2. Afternoon

Each lunch. One of the biggest benefits right now is that you’re able to eat homecooked meals for every meal. This means you can work on your cooking. Lunchtime (okay, noon is really my breakfast), I eat and turn on the news for the coronavirus updates. I watch it while I eat. Once I’m done eating, I leave it on and return to my office. It’s time for the second half of the day. If you’re an author, continuing working on your book. If you have a website, continue upgrading your website.

3. Evening

If you used to go to the gym or a cardio class after work, there’s no reason to change this. Self-isolation doesn’t mean you have to stay in your home all day (unless you’re sick and actually in quarantine). You can go outside for a walk. You can order gym equipment and setup a home gym. We may be in this thing for a while, so a home gym may benefit you in the short and long term.

Once you are finished working out, make dinner. After dinner, your routine shouldn’t be much different than it was before you were sent home to stay safe and healthy.

4. Night

You should still go to bed at a reasonable hour. Eventually, you will go back to your day job, so you should strive to maintain your normal sleep schedule.

By creating a new routine for your daily life, you will be doing your physical and mental health some good. Most people thrive on routine, and the sooner you can find a new routine for yourself and your family, the better you’ll feel and the more productive you’ll be.

 

Read More on Book Promotion

 

  1. Where Are the Free Book Promotion Websites? ...
  2. Pros and Cons of Giving Your Book Away for Free ...
  3.  Have you considered utilizing videos as a means to promote your new Indie book? ...
  4.  The First Step to Selling More Books Is to Write a Breakout, Amazing, Can't Put Down Blockbuster. ...
  5. How Do I Promote My Self-Published Book for FREE? ...

 

Read More Fiction From Stacey Carroll

 

Anything for an A Kindle Edition

 

With time running out, 18-year-old senior, Kelsey, must get straight A’s  to qualify for a scholarship to college. After living several years on the street with her poverty riddled parents, in by a man she calls Uncle Greg, but he only agreed to house her until she graduated from high school. With four weeks left, Kelsey has to prove that she has a 4.0 graduating GPA  to get a free ride to college via an exclusive scholarship, and that means getting straight A’s her final semester and somehow convincing the teachers to change her previous grades. If she can’t do it, she knows she’ll end up back on the street.

In a high school that's better known for it's scandals and internal investigations than for it's high acedemic achievement, high school senior, Kelsey Smith, has her work cut out for her if she plans to take home the A-Plus Scholarship so she can get a free ride to college.

Disadvantaged due to her upbringing on the street and missing years of primary schooling, Kelsey just doesn't know enough of the material to get straight A's, but she does know how to manipulate her friends into doing her homework, and she likes to think she'd good at giving the men what they want. Can she turn her orgasmic skills into straight A's? She only has four weeks to make it happen! Otherwise, she could find herself back out on the street!

Comments powered by CComment

(Sponsored by Amazon)
 

Small Website Package

(Sponsored by Amazon)

 

Writing and Editing Books on Amazon

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Coffee Mugs for Writers on Amazon

 

 

Journals for Writers on Amazon

 

 

    

  

 

 



 

Tablets for Writers on Amazon

 

 

 (Sponsored by Amazon)