Hi all! So, I just saw RB's challenge to post something every day here and I thought I'd take him up on it. I'm not sure I'll be able to post every day, but I will try. April is a loaded month on my to-do list, but here's kind of where I am... I'm an author and screenwriter based in Nashville working on multiple projects. I have a thriller novel in the works, several short stories in various phases of incompletion, a screenplay in revision mode, and a couple of short screenplays in the works. It's a lot, but with all that going on writer's block is not even a thing. The biggest challenge has been just finding time to get to it all and in prioritizing which project to work on next. So, you now how "they" preach about needing to have structure in your screenplays...Well, I decided this year to put some structure into my screenwriting and writing efforts. To that end, I developed a detailed writing calendar for the year to set deadlines for myself. I have submitted four short stories to contests so far this year, and I credit the calendar for that. That's not to say the calendar is perfect. I've found myself revamping it more than a few times already and I've kicked myself more than a few times for blowing my writing plans altogether. But, I'm not giving up on it. I'm trying to make it work. Along with that I've started a daily journal, or a logbook if you prefer, in which I note my accomplishments or lack of accomplishments each day. In other words, I'm attempting to hold myself accountable for how I spend my time and I'm trying to up my productivity. Anyone have any helpful tips on how to organize your time or prioritize your writing?