4 Tips To Help Develop Better Work Habits For Online Success

Is It Possible To Develop Better Work Habits For Online Success?

So what do you think of that question above? Do you think it is possible to develop better work habits for online success?

Can You Develop Better Work Habits For Online Success

If you have been following me for any amount of time, then you know I have not been real active here online this summer. Mostly because I choose to spend more time with my grandson’s.

I found this post I wrote last year and thought it would be appropriate to re-purpose and share it once again.

I do want to give “YOU” My readers some REAL Value and am hoping this post will do the trick.

So Let’s Get To It!

Think about it, we are all creatures of habit, so what kind of habits have you gotten yourself into?

Are they productive in a good way? A way that is going to help you to reach your goals of online success?

Of course we all want to be more productive in our businesses but the key is to first learn what needs to be done.

Good time management skills are needed to help us develop better work habits in order to get the results we are after. 

Here is something I heard the other day and thought “Wow” “This really made sense to me” “Everything Is Hard Before It Is Easy!”

It is possible to develop better work habits and have online success when you first get started but yes it can be very difficult at first, but after time your habits to become more productive will become more automatic and easier as you grow.

When you are developing strong work habits you are actually developing good habits, developing a habit for online success.

One of the most important techniques you can practice if to develop better work habits is to actually visualize yourself over and over again as a highly productive person.

Develop Better Work Habits And Start Getting Things Done

Here is a list of 4 things you can you can do to develop better work habits to help you reach online success.

1. When you hang it up for the day actually take a few minutes and write out what you would like to get accomplished tomorrow.

Now when you start your day you will have a game plan in place. I don’t care what it is you do just make sure to make your to do list.

Can You Develop Better Work Habits For Online Success

Whatever it is you plan on doing make a list then when you get started each day you will know exactly what you want to get done, start to develop better work habits starting today. Now when you start each day I want you to go over your list and prioritize these things, if possible, put in times.

2. Clear your desk with everything except exactly what you need to complete today’s to do list to start to develop better work habits. Now when you sit down to your desk, begin to think like a genius, take a systematic and orderly approach to get started and getting that work done.

3. Consistency is the key to help you start to develop better work habits. You want to take action each day on just one task at time. When you complete one move on to the next, always focus on the end result that you want.

When Developing Better Work Habits, Multi Tasking Is Not One Of Them

When I first got started online I thought that multi tasking was the right thing to do.

Tips To Help Develop Better Work Habits For Online Success


I thought I could accomplish more if I had multiple tasks going on at the same time, believe me this doesn’t work.

You want to start to develop better work habits right from day one, it doesn’t really matter if you only get one thing done each day, what matters is that you do something each day to help you reach your goal of online success.

4. Take a look at your body language; ask yourself if a highly successful person would look like you do? Work like you do? Sit straight and believe me when you think with better clarity and greater focus you will start develop better work habits and finally achieve online success.

The more you discipline yourself to concentrate on the tasks at hand the better chance you will have a accomplishing them. This is one of the greatest habits you can develop.

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Click here to learn more, watch the video, start to develop better work habits and have online success!

If you keep doing the same thing you have always done you are going to keep getting the same results.

Take action and develop better work habits starting today!

Yeppers take it from me, Work SMARTER! Not Harder!

Have A Great 4th of July Weekend Ahead

As always thanks for visiting my blog!

Here’s To Success

Here’s To Happiness

 Success Coach Chery Schmidt

Chery Schmidt

Skype: cheryschmidt


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  1. says

    Very important tips you gave here Chery. I find that without that list made it is very easy to be “working” but with very little to show at the end of the day. Thanks for sharing.

    • says

      Hello Siphosith, Wow How true is that, there is a BUSY and a Good Busy HUH? Hum Did that make sense? HEHE Before I started putting my list together I was all over the place and at the end of the day I was always like What did I do today? Now I know exactly what I want to accomplish and getter done.

      Thank you so much for starting the conversation off here today. I do appreciate it my friend! Chery :))

  2. says

    Chery, You have provided some really great tips for developing good work habits for online success. I agree with everything you covered especially when you said you need to have good time management skills to develop better work habits and get the results you want. I have my to do list that is broken down by day and by week and it has helped me stay on track and consistent with what I need to get done to move my business forward. If I didn’t do this I would be unfocused and wasting a lot of time. Thanks so much for the great info!

    • says

      Hello Shelley, I love this and I am going to pull my journal out right after I finish up this comment and also add my goals for the week and well as for the month. Wooo Hooo I am on a roll this morning HEHE Thank you so much for sharing, have an Awesome New Week Ahead… Chery :))

  3. says

    Hi Chery,
    I agree that ““Everything Is Hard Before It Is Easy!” There is nothing more truer when it comes habits that promote productivity. The four tips you have shared will definitely help increase productivity for all.

    Discipline in sticking with the right actions on daily basis is panacea for productivity!

    This comment was left in kingged.com where this inspiring post was shared.

    • says

      Good Morning Time Sunday, I cannot agree with you more, Thank you so much for adding to the conversation.. Make it a Fantastic New Week Ahead… Chery :))

  4. says

    To do list will help you turn out to be more productive in a day. This will make you contented and happy in the end of the day if you accomplished your daily goals and plan. Marketers and blogger are encouraged to put this into practice, since it helps them to perk up their strength of will.

    I agree that a clean desk will prompt you to do well and make you more focused on working while facing your computer.

    I love the very last number Chery! Personally, working online made me a bit unhealthy. Most of the time my back aches for the reason that I didn’t sit properly. I always fail to remember whenever I focus working.

    All in all it is awesome and a great reminder!

    • says

      Good Morning Metz, I love how you have noticed that working online has made you a bit unhealthy, now that you know this change it.. Make a standing desk, I set myself up on my bar when I get a sore back and love it.. I have never been a real good sitter and in this business it is hard not to HUH?

      Also I know it is hard to do but be sure to get up and stretch a few minutes every hour, it you need to set a timer! Yeppers sometimes we need that little reminder.

      An unhealthy body is not good for anything, So take care of YOU first Girl.. I did talk about this in my last post.

      Thanks for sharing… Chery :))

  5. says

    Hey Chery,

    Oh yes, Everything is hard before it is easy! I totally agree with this. I hard to start new habits that’s going to push you to higher levels.

    I do have to say I’m one that’ll write little notes of what I have to do. I use Evernote and it has been a blessing in disguise. I just hate to think about what I have to do just to forget about it later.

    Also being consistent matters a lot. There are times when life throws me off track, but I manage to stay as close to maintaining my routine as much as possible. And I tell you it is paying off quite well!

    Thanks for the share Chery and I hope you have a great week ahead!

    I found your post on kingged.com under the category of Making Money Online

    • says

      Hello Sherman, I do agree my friend, Yikes! If I dont write it down then Forget IT!! Yes I do forget it hehe.. It doesn’t get done because I can’t remember what the heck I was going to do int he first place hehe.

      Do you think this could have something to do with old age?? LOL Well I still have sticky notes everywhere but I also love my journal to help keep me focused on my income producing activities.

      Thanks for the Awesome comment and for sharing my post everywhere..

      YOU ROCK!! Chery :))

    • says

      Hello Zach, I thought you were already a Genius, now you want to start thinking like one to?? HEHE Thanks for adding to the conversation, Always good to see you here.. Chery :))

  6. says

    Hey Chery,

    While it’s on my mind I have to tell you that I cracked up when you said would a highly successful person look like you do? I slump girl and I always have. It’s funny but when I was in elementary school I remember my parents asking me if I would wear a back brace to help straighten my spine. Of course at that age I said no so they never made me wear one. In their minds they just thought they would spend all that money on it and I’d get to school and take it off so I still slump to this day. Okay so that’s not the message here but had to throw that one in. LOL!!!

    It use to make me so mad when I would hear that you have to work smarter and not harder. I never knew what that meant. I’m a very highly organized person but in the beginning when you’re throwing your education in the pile too you end up doing a heck of a lot during the day and most of it is just learning.

    Once you do learn the tasks you need to do in order to help you move forward then you definitely do need to map out your time and stick to it because this should be an enjoyable experience and not one where you’re beat all the time and frustrated.

    All your tips are good and I LOVE your photos you’ve included. Cute cute and cute….

    Great job Chery and hope you’ve been having a really awesome day. Now it’s time to make this a great week.


    • says

      Hello Adrienne, Wow it is so funny you mentioned this brace, My parents DID buy me this, it was because I was diagnosed with Scoliosis, curvature of the spine! But it was Black, Big, Bulky and UGLEY! And as you have stated I did not wear this thing either. I would of course have it on when I walked out the door but it ended in the bushes before I hit school. HEHE I have learned other ways over the years to take care of my issue such as Yes Sitting up straight and with Yoga practice.

      OK Now for the rest of your Awesome comment LOL I know all to well about getting into that learning mode as I HAD NO Idea as to what Internet Marketing even was when I was introduced to all of this. I actually didnt know better to implement what I learned right away either so it took me longer then it should have to even do anything.

      Yikes looking back makes me feel like an IDIOT! HEHE Oh Well it was all a lesson learned.

      It is always so nice to see you here my friend and I am happy you liked my post and of course my Photos :)

      Love Ya Girl! Thanks Chery :))

  7. says

    First, thanks for commenting the both my blog, and on Kingged. Honestly, I really love what you commented about my blog post.

    Chery, this is the first visiting of your blog. I admit that I have missed a value connector such as you. I clicked on your profile, and connected with you on Facebook. Thus, please accepted my friend request..

    Thanks for your advise here, I could recognize that the above is really awesome tips. Sure, to be a success we have to change. The most of change is our habit of successful.

    I love what you said “Game plan”. Sure, to be successor we have to own a game plan, a specific game plan for our business. We need to identify exactly what have to be done.

    Actually, I always sit at the coffee shop, and thinking of what I have to do. List it on the small paper stick, and then I tried my best to achieve it.

    Sometime, I postpone those work because I need urgently work.

    Thanks for sharing, your advise here.. I really glade to know that I have done it right way..

    • says

      Hello & Welcome to my blog Kimsea, So nice to have met you on Kingged and Happy to see you are getting value from visiting my blog of course this is what this business is all about.

      Thank You for stopping by and for the nice comment. I would also like to thank you for connecting with me on FaceBook, I am looking forward to learning more about you and the gifts you have to share with the world..

      Chery :))

  8. says

    Hi Chery,

    I had a mentor a long time ago teach me to make a list at the end of every day what the objectives are for the next day after I review what was accomplished today.

    It worked for a while for me until I discovered that I didn’t know for sure what the most important things were to get done. I would chase the things I thought were urgent and then I started missing the things that were important.

    So, I discovered a tool that would help me rank my priorities for each day and it was a massive life saver for me. I put in my task and then rank from 1-10 the task in two separate columns. 1 being the least and ten the most according to the two criteria:

    1. How easy is it to do – 1 being the hardest and 10 the easiest
    2. Impact on the business – 1 being the least and 10 the most

    Anything over an 18 gets my attention.

    That saved my bacon a few times, lol…

    Great post Chery. I so appreciate your insights and reminders for me to focus on the right habits.

    Have a great week!

    ~ Don Purdum

    • says

      ello Don, Sounds like an interesting tool my friend, I do appreciate you sharing. We can all use great advice to help in the area of good work habits HUH?

      I am going to give your ranking method a shot..

      Thanks again and do make it an Awesome Day..
      Chery :))

  9. says

    Hi Chery,

    My first impression of this post was the awesome pictures you have taken of yourself. When it comes to branding you are on point!

    Now for the content.. I do remember the time when I was multi-tasking. I did it for a few weeks then crashed…I mean really crashed. I had no energy, couldn’t get focused. My mind was in a whirlwind and I was not productive at all. It took a few days of getting away from my computer and resting. And while I was “resting” I was getting anxiety attacks because I wasn’t working. I will never get to that place again.

    The good news is…I did learn the hard way to be disciplined with my work. I have more now than ever on my work plate, but have set up a schedule for myself and it became a habit. I won’t go into detail here because it would be a novella…. but I take what is the most important task of the day and do it (eat the frog) Then go about my business with consistency.

    When it comes down to it, make a list of what you want to accomplish, stick to it with consistency and may I add….take time out of YOU. There has to be a part of your daily habits that include doing something for ourselves, otherwise, we will be slumped over the keyboard.

    Have a lovely day,


    • says

      Hello Donna, Wow sounds like we have both been there done that HUH? OH YEH Major burn out for me too! I have always been a multi tasker but it just does NOT work here online… And YES I also agree we all need to take some ME time! I start each day with my Yoga and meditation and really do need to start adding an afternoon walk now that the weather is getting nicer..

      Thanks for the wonderful comment my friend, it is always so nice to see you here… Chery :))

  10. says

    I have read all of your recent articles and they are outstanding. You have defenantly positioned yourself as someone who is very knowledgeable and a leader in network marketing.

    • says

      Hello and Welcome to my blog Vance! I am so happy that you are indeed getting some value here! I do love to help other as you will soon learn my friend… Thanks for your kind words, I do hope to see more of you here.. Chery :))

  11. says

    Hi Chey,

    Without making a to-do list is not possible to get all work done at proper time especially for a blogger since s/he is busy sometimes in commenting, responding to comments, and connecting with social media with his audience.

    And the day is finished in the end and then one question is into all of us mind what I have done today even when I am working all day.

    All four tips are really useful to make more productive while working.


    • says

      Hello And Welcome to my blog Jyoti, Wow I used to think that all the time HEHE Where did the day go? Right?
      “FACT” Time can just get away from us if we are not careful! Thanks for your comment and your visit, I do hope to see more of you here.. Chery :))

  12. says

    Hi Chery,

    This was a great post and you are right, consistency is the biggest key to developing better work habits. Consistency is also the hardest though, but once you build enough momentum after constantly improving your working habits by following the steps you have given here, you can build those things into habit. I think the first few weeks are definitely the hardest when trying to make something a habit because you have to continuously make an intentional conscience effort, until that effort become unconscious. You did a good job, thanks for sharing!

    • says

      Hello Laurence, Yeppers my friend Consistency is key, but I believe it takes about a month of doing something consistently before it becomes a habit.

      I think this is why 30 day challenges and blitz’s work so well. Wouldn’t you agree?

      Thanks so much for the Awesome comment.. Chery :))

  13. says

    Hi Chery,

    Wow! Your blog is looking so nice and wonderful – love the little changes made :)

    Coming to the post, you are right about all that you mentioned. Developing any habit takes time, and unless you follow a discipline and routine, it doesn’t really happen on it’s own. I’ve written a few articles on habit, so that comes from my little research and experience online.

    Multi-tasking…lol…don’t we all love that! I guess offline we do a lot of it, at least Moms do, as we are trying to do up several tasks altogether with the little time we have in hand, making the best of it. But when we are online, and working, multitasking can reduce our focus and productivity, both, isn’t it? It’s certainly better to take one step at a time and get your work done – that’s the only way it works for me. Divide your day according to your set work hours, and move ahead!

    Thanks for sharing. Have a nice week ahead :)

    • says

      Hello Harleena, I guess we all thought at one time that multi tasking here online was a good thing LOL Well I do agree with you, it is so easy to loose focus and get off track if we are trying to do many things at one time and therefore NOTHING really gets done.

      Thanks for your wonderful comment as noticing and mentioning the changes I ahve made here on my blog.. OH Yeh Always a work in progress. So enjoy the rest of your week as well my friend… Chery :))

  14. says

    Doing two or three things at a time may hurt your productivity level and your efficiency as you may lose focus on what you are doing. And there is a bigger possibility that you will end up drained with nothing done.

    I also would personally recommend doing things at a time. Prioritize the things that you need to be done. Do the most important first and when you are done with it and you are satisfied with the end result, then that’s the time you start working with the next task.

  15. says

    Extremely helpful post Chery!

    And I too like your saying, about things being hard, before they
    are easy.

    Isn’t that the truth! Yea, any time you have a solid, practical day to day game plan,
    that’s both totally realistic, based on whatever your current set of skills
    and desires are.

    And you keep at it consistently, you’ll definitely further along, that much faster!
    Nice post and thanks so much for sharing it!

    • says

      Hey Mark! Oh So True My Friend! Having that Game Plan put together is a sure bet HUH? I know when I just try winging it so to say, nothing gets done.. Thanks for adding to the conversation today, I do appreciate it.. Chery :))

  16. says

    Hi Chery!

    These are some great tips to help you become more productive online!

    It is all about creating the most productive habits, to help you accomplish your goals online. Some studies say that it takes from 2 to 8 months to develop a new habit in your life. :) … so it can be done!

    Awesome success tips here Chery!

    Thanks for sharing them with us.

    Have a fantastic rest of the week!

    Cheers! 😀

    • says

      Hello Freddy, I do know this is why 30 day challenges or Blitz’s work so well because they help you get you focused on the end result, this is exactly what I am trying to help others with here with this post.

      Thanks for adding to the conversation , I do appreciate it… Chery :))

  17. says

    You know Chery, there was once a time when I was really practicing the first two tips:
    The next day’s to do list and clearing out the desk of everything except what needs to be done today.

    Somehow I fell off the tracks. Thanks for for bringing me back home with this post.


    • says

      Hello Dan, Well sometimes we just need that reminder HUH? Happy to see that you did indeed get some value here tonight.. Thanks for adding to the conversation, I do appreciate it.. Chery :))

  18. says

    Being prone to wander off track, lists and reminders are a must for me. For important tasks I also have a reminder/alarm program called Active Desktop Calendar which I find indispensable. Keeping my desk tidy is not my best point but I’m completely oblivious to it when the screen is on. That’s why I need my lists and reminders popping up on the computer.

    Multi-tasking is fine if what you’re doing doesn’t take much thought but otherwise you need to focus to be productive and efficient.

    • says

      Hello Sue, Great share my friend, I will have to look into the Active Desktop Calendar that you are talking about here, One can never ha ve to ma ny tools to help us stay focused HUH?

      So nice to see you again here my friend! Thanks for the great tip.. Chery :))

    • says

      Hello Willena, I cannot believe how this has helped to keep me focused. It seemed like when I had stacks of paperwork sitting around for some reason it just distracted me. Is this how it was for you to? Weird how something so simple can work Right? Thanks for sharing my friend.. Chery :))

  19. says


    You offer some great tips here. My desk is pretty clear except for a few lists or some writing that I plan to include in an upcoming product – but it keeps getting delayed and the paper is still sitting there.

    When I finish for the day I usually do make sure to list the 2 or 3 top priorities that I must get done the following day – so I don’t forget and so that I am reminded immediately when I get to my desk.

    I do finish a few tasks each day but I must admit I am still often multi-tasking. I check my Facebook groups and comment there, I comment on blogs, check my emails, etc., before and often after completing certain tasks. There really are lots of different details to attend to. It is still a bit challenging to set aside the time needed to complete the small, not so glamorous tasks such as adding a few more autoresponder messages to my lists or creating an agreement for some interviews.


    Dr. Erica

    • says

      Hello Dr Erica, I do know it is a terrible habit for me as well not to head on over to FaceBook to check on things as well as to get into my e-mails to see if I made any sales, but I do try to stay on course. Meaning stick to my schedule. I do find that my day is a whole lot more productive when I do..

      Thanks for your awesome comment my friend, I do appreciate it.. Chery :))

  20. says

    Hi Chery.

    Visualization is a really important concept that I’m starting to believe more and more in. In everything. Good tips on how we should consider ourselves and how we should visualize a successful person.

    The desk tip is also great – I used to have a pile of rubbish (well, paperwork, books etc) on my desk, now it’s my Mac and the keyboard and mouse, along with my to do list.

    helps keep me super focussed – clear desk, focussed mind!

    Thanks for the tips Chery

    • says

      Hello Richard, I do love your comment my friend, I cannot believe how this really does help to clear your desk. And love how you say Clear Desk, Focused Mind Very Cool… Thanks for sharing and do have an great weekend.. Chery :))

  21. says

    I’ve been an exception to a lot of things as I’ve multi-tasked for years. I think taking it at a pace that suits you best is important. If you can do a high impact work schedule… do it, but don’t be afraid to take a vacation every so often.

    • says

      Hello Nile, I have also been a multi tasker my whole life but once I got online I found this almost impossible for me to get anything done but doing this..

      I just get scatter brainied and nothing gets done.. I need to stick with a game plan so unlike what I was used to..

      Happy to hear that it does work though, perhaps there is hope for me then LOL Thanks for sharing my friend.. Chery :))

  22. says

    Good points Chery
    I actually wrote them on the back of my planner sheets.
    One top sheet with the weekly calendar on it and one lined page for each day.
    The only other thing I wrote down. Use the TIMER! It really helps you focus your mind
    on the task you are working on.

    Thanks for the tips!

    • says

      Wooo Hooo Kathryn, Love Love Love this comment, Actually taking the time to write things down IS a Great habit to get into, the same with the timer Good Job. Thanks you so much for sharing. Chery :))

  23. says

    Hey Chery..
    Can I add use a timer? LOL! I thought the body language suggestion was interesting. I think when you’re working at home – who cares what you have on, right? Maybe. Going to your home office is going to your “job” and some people like to dress up for that. It adds a sense on professionalism. I know when I do a video I like to look my best, but there have been days when I did a video and I looked very raw – just finishing a workout. I thought that was good because it was more important to just – do it – so other people can do it to .. great post.. love visiting you
    Lesly T. Federici recently posted…Is Your Passion Already Within?My Profile

    • says

      Hello Lesly! Of course!! YES YES I use a timer and I learned this from YOU My Friend!! Thanks you so much for sharing… Always so nice to see you here!! Love You..
      Chery :))

  24. says

    Hi Chery

    It is great to be able to develop good work habits. It can be overwhelming when one does not plan his day . I am a witness.

    I do like the tips you shared and this is true that multi tasking isn’t productive. I also like the idea of body language as I believe our bodies can communicate things in strange ways.

    Thanks for sharing. Take Care
    ikechi recently posted…Why Focused Passion Makes The DifferenceMy Profile

  25. says

    I am definitely a fan of working smarter! One of my most valuable habits is the way I end the "work" portion of each day. I take some time to go over what I accomplished during the day and prepare my priorities for tomorrow. This process helps to clear my mind for the evening, keeps me focused on priorities, and prevents wasting valuable time when starting a new day. Thanks for sharing, and I hope you enjoy the summer with your grand kids!

  26. says

    So glad I found your blog! Awesome tips and I agree, you have to have a task list. I have set goals for each one of my blogs and a I use them to create a monthly task list. I also have a separate website (not a blog) where I have quarterly content and promotion plans. All of them translate into a fairly long daily task list.

    I put the tasks for each month on the last week of the previous month. Then I look over everything and see if any days became “too busy”. I also check my calendar and see if anything clashes with family plans. I re-organize tasks to avoid unattainable peaks. At the beginning of every week, and then again every night when I finish my daily tasks, I always look over everything again and balance tasks in advance. Some things have to stay on schedule, some don’t. Some things are more urgent, some less urgent. I do keep busy, I’m afraid, but it’s a happy and balanced kind of busy, so no complaints here!
    Anne recently posted…The Blog Revival Project: Setting Goals & StrategyMy Profile

    • says

      Hello and Welcome to my blog Anne! Sounds like you have a pretty good system set up my friend! Thank you so much for sharing! I do hope to see more of you here..
      Chery :))

  27. says

    Hi Chery,

    Such an important message it’s great to have a reminder.

    I have to confess that I have yet to break the multi-tasking habit. I know it’s not good for me, or for my business, but – as a part-time online marketer – I have to fit round the demands of my off-line clients.

    When they want me, my online business has to take a bit of a back-seat – but it’s great that it’s there to go back to when times are slack offline. I can manage this because of various systems I’ve now put in place.

    Using a systematic approach to online business ties in well with your comment about things being hard before they are easy. I remember when a WordPress post seemed like an impossible task to achieve – and now it’s fun :-)

    Yes, the ultimate aim is to quit the multi-tasking, but I can’t see it this year!

    Joy – Blogging After Dark
    Joy Healey recently posted…Repurposing Blog ContentMy Profile

    • says

      Hello Joy! I know exactly what you mean about multi tasking, It is a hard habit to break. Sometimes we jst need to do it HUH? Thnks for stopping by and sharing my friend.
      Chery :))

  28. says

    Don’t work harder, work smarter, is a phrase I have often used. We do tend to waste a lot of time working from home, because we can. If we worked in an office we would clock on at 9 and know that we had to finish at 5 so work accordingly, but in a home based business it is so easy to fall into bad habits and spend more time than necessary working. Actually part of it too is that it is enjoyable.

    Enjoy the journey!
    Mandy Allen recently posted…Creative Action And The Learning CurveMy Profile

    • says

      Hello Mandy! Well said my friend! I do understand what you are talking about here my friend and to find myself spending lots of time here online!! But if it is something we enjoy it really doesn’t seem like work at all HUH? Thank you so much for sharing..
      Chery :))

  29. says

    Hi Chery,

    Happy to hear you are having a great time with your family. I’m long overdue for that. Thank you for the ideas. I’m not sure if it’s because I have less time online or what but I do seem to be getting more things done in a shorter amount of time.

    I am realizing again the power of “consistency” is awesome.
    Monna Ellithorpe recently posted…Published Author Roundup OneMy Profile

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      Hello Monna, Good to see you here again my friend! I do know you have been having quite a few challenges with your Mom, so it is good to hear you are getting more done! Sometimes we just have to learn how to do things differently HUH?

      Thanks for stopping by and adding to the conversation, You’re The Best!
      Chery :))

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    I’m new to blogging I would say because my personal blog is just about a year old. But I have been a freelance writer for three years before I started my own blog and still a freelancer to this day so that makes it four years for me as a freelance writer. I know the many tricks about commenting in blogs and I get paid to crate accounts to make comments on blog sites. But I am always crowded and somehow I never manage to do all things on time.
    I will try to use planner sheets combined with TIMER!
    Hope this will work for me!
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      Hello and Welcome to my blog Joan! Be sure to let me know how your planner sheets combined with TIMER works for you! This was a little tricky for me at first but it sure does help me now.

      Thanks for stopping by and adding to the conversation, I do hope to see more of you here.
      Chery :))

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