Monthly Archive: June 2014
Someone asked me recently how I managed my writing projects. The truth is, not very consciously. I often juggle multiple assignments, but I don’t think of them as projects to manage. My life might be a bit more sane if I did. So I’ve been looking for ways to think like a project manager, without having to learn project management software.
Lots of writer friends like Scrivener, especially when working on book projects.
I’m not sure it’s as useful for multiple small projects, but it looks like it could be adaptable. Continue reading