Reboot, as to say, hit the power button and restart the computer for the changes to take effect. To clear out the cache and temporary files and kill off the rogue processes. To give the processor a fuckin’ break.
A reboot is what I need, what my mind needs for my writing practice to flourish again. It’s what I need to revitalize my creativity, to keep on a regular writing schedule, and to be productive with the several different creative projects that are on my plate for 2015.
My creative processor has been running too long without a reboot, so I’m powering down for the system changes and upgrades that I’ve been planning for 2015 (aka ways to achieve my creative project goals) to take effect.
Please be patient while Jeff Swesky reconfigures his system…. 25% complete…. 42% complete… 67% complete… 96%… 99%… 99%… 99%……….
This is the start of my Reboot series of posts where I’m going to examine my daily schedule and workload and how I manage my time. And what I’ll need to do to improve it so that I can become more productive. I hope to touch on subjects that are universal, whether you’re a creative type or not. The struggles and distractions that make it difficult to juggle all the obligations and relationships and still find time to do the things we enjoy.
That’s my “Reboot” concept anyway. A journey of self-discovery to help me accomplish my creative goals, while continuing to balance work, obligations, health, leisure, and, most importantly, relationships. I hope there will be snippets of wisdom and insight that you’ll be able to incorporate into your own journey of personal growth.
So please stay tuned . . . a new version of this software will be available soon. There are many, many bugs to fix!