Hello darlings. We didn't do a bookish problems post in a while and today while emailing with Glass I realized that I actually have a problem we should discuss. This "little" issue is something you are at some point faced with - organization.I know that we're all different and that some of us work better in complete chaos while others, like me, need things neat and organized. Therefore I'll share some things I do and how I organize myself and what helps me to keep everything up to date.
As simple as that. I think that it'll really help you organize everything. When you have ARCs requested that should be read and reviewed by certain date, plus more blog tours to schedule, with some cover reveals and all that you've got library books and what not. It's pretty chaotic to think of all that so the best way for me is to have everything written that in my little planner (which by the way is a gift from my dearest Glass) and I have no problems with dates.
2. The Sunday Post
Now this leads us to the source of my title. So The Sunday Post is something that helped us organize even better. It is pretty chaotic every Saturday when we're constantly emailing each other to see what should we post and when we have posts due, but it also helps you get rid of all the headaches during the week. We already have everything planned and scheduled so we can take care of books and other things.
3. Use inspiration while you have it
Basically don't be lazy and leave everything for later, as you'll regret it. I have done this many times and regretted it every single time. There are days when I feel like writing reviews and words are just coming and sentences creating in your brain - USE THAT TIME. Sit down and write as many reviews or post as can or feel like. There will be moments when you have post to publish tomorrow and your brain is tabula rasa. It's stressful and we don't want blogging to be that.
So a post a day, keeps headaches away.
How do you organize your readings and posts? Share your tips and who knows maybe I'll start using them. :)