November 3

How To Organize Your Schedule To Create Your Selfie

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The majority of us would consider ourselves to be fairly busy people. Balancing work, family, and hobbies can be difficult, which is why many of us shy away from big projects. It isn’t that we don’t want to do them or that they aren’t important to us. It is the fact that we just don’t feel like we have the time. Unfortunately, this can lead to us skipping out on great opportunities. Fortunately, there is something that we can do about it. Raising two young children, working, and creating my own Selfie has not been easy, but it has gotten done. In this article, we will discuss a few ways to organize your schedule to make your Selfie happen.

Figure Out What Days You Can Fit A Little Extra In

For this step, notice that I said a little. You don’t need to set aside three-hour blocks to make your Selfie happen. Instead, you need to put aside a little extra time throughout the week to make progress. Most of us, myself included, don’t have time to make our Selfie happen all at once, so figure out what days would allow for you to squeeze something extra in.

Break Up The Work

At first glance, it might seem like making a digital scrapbook is an incredible undertaking. Do you really have the time to recount your entire life and make it look nice? The answer is probably not all at once, but that doesn’t mean that it can’t be done. If you really want to organize your schedule to make your Selfie happen, you should begin by breaking it up into parts. Maybe one day you look through old photos to find good images for your Selfie. Other days might be used to jot down some notes about treasured memories. You don’t need to get it right the first time. You can schedule the actual assembly and design after everything else has been handled.

Begin Scheduling

After you have decided how you want to break up your work, it is time to actually schedule your efforts. Figure out what parts of your project will take the most time and lay them out in the allotted time slots. It might be thirty minutes on Tuesdays and Thursdays or an hour on Saturday mornings. Remember, a Selfie isn’t a one-week project. There is no schedule to make a digital scrapbook that is more correct than another. Your job is to simply fit it in and get designing in a way that works for you.

Conclusion

As you map out your schedule, you will want to remain open-minded. You might learn that you have more or less free-time than you thought, and that’s okay too. You can always revisit your schedule and adjust it to suit your needs. If you want to see your Selfie come together sooner rather than later, make sure that you commit to what time you do have. Something might come up from time to time, but your story deserves to be told. Make time for it.


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