People think that I must lead a glorious life. Blogger, Writer, Girl Boss, Cheerleading Coach, and so forth. Oh yes, it’s glorious. (Add Sarcasm)
Let me preface this story with a wild little fact: Doing all the above as your full-time job is actually really hard work! When I tell people what I do, they often laugh and say something like, “Must be nice getting paid to sit in your PJs all day.” Clearly, there is some confusion about what I do all day, so I’m here to spill the beans-
First thing I do each day is work out.
Then it’s time for coffee and mapping out my day.
I do have to then check emails, social media platforms for me and my clients.
Next thing on my list is to see what I can get done quickly. ( I will go into this later on)
Writing, blogging, researching topics for my books, for social media posts, and also checking the updates to what each social media platform is doing in regards to the algorithm. Now I can either post live or schedule some posts to go off later on.
Of course then I have to now switch gears and watch cheerleading routines – you should see my collection of DVDs – I also check out Pinterest and Youtube. Then of course I have to make sure things that I would like my team to do are within the rules.
Workout 2 begins- Dance
Then well, I guess I should take a break. So it’s probably lunchtime by now and if I don’t have any meetings or phone calls I can at least give myself an hour to do nothing. (Now, when I have my radio show, I usually during lunchtime am setting up what I am going to be talking about and reviewing what I should talk about)
When that hour is over I now turn my attention in looking into some of my other ideas, create something, work on something, and I am either back online or responding to emails and messages.
Home and I am done for the day. Although sometimes I do answer more emails at this time but I now give myself time to recoup from the day, watch sports, and go to sleep.
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